This information will be used to help community organisations and families in Eurobodalla Shire (NSW) to develop bushfire plans for babies and young children.
The knowledge gained and resources developed will benefit families across Australia.
You can find out more or keep up to date with the latest news on the project's Facebook page.
If you were a parent or caregiver of a child 0 to 4 years of age who was impacted by the Black Summer Bushfires, or you were an emergency responder (including as a community member or health provider), please consider being a part of this study.
Help us spread the word
You can help us to raise awareness of this important project by sharing our digital resources in your personal or professional networks.
Choose a digital resource kit (from below) based on who you wish to share the project with. For example, if you would like to share it with mums in your network, choose the ‘Parents and caregivers kit’. If you live in a bushfire affected community, the ‘Community member kit’ may be more suitable.
Click on the kit to open the contents. Download the text (available in Word or PDF) and images.
Use these to create a social media post, send an email or SMS, or add them to a newsletter. The options are endless!
Thank you for your support. With your help, we can reach more people and ensure the needs of babies and young children are met in future disasters.
This project received grant funding from the Australian Government.
We also acknowledge the support of Western Sydney University.