BUSHkids released its 2019 Annual Report after a successful AGM on Friday evening. Our Chairman Dr Neil J Bartels OAM wrote the following in his annual report address.
“On the eve of our organisation’s 85th anniversary of service to Queensland kids and families and their communities, it is gratifying to see our BUSHkids teams continuuing to expand the reach, breadth and depth of our high-quality services across the State…”
Continue reading Dr Neil’s address in our flipbook edition of our 2019 annual report here.
You can also download your own copy of our annual report here.
The revised constitution will help us to better support families in regional and rural areas of Queensland.
BUSHkids’ constitution is the set of principles and rules we follow in the provision of all our services such as the age of the children we support and how we go about providing services to families. We have received the tremendous pro bono support and expertise of Clayton Utz, and BUSHkids is very grateful for the time and attention which has been so generously given to us over the past two years.
To view our updated constitution, please click either of the below links:
The Royal Queensland Bush Children’s Health Scheme annual report is published each year on December 6, the anniversary of the organisation’s creation in 1935. The annual report details all our operations over the previous year, the services we have provided, how many children and families we have supported and BUSHkids’ financial position. It also outlines what BUSHkids is planning to do in the coming year to provide support to children and families in rural and regional Queensland.
To read the organisation’s 2017-2018 Annual Report, please click either of the below links:
BUSHkids’ Rockhampton centre in Bolsover St will today launch its National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) early childhood services for young children in the region who need assistance to reach their full potential in life.
The Early Childhood Early Intervention(ECEI)program, an extension of the organisation’s existing services will be opened at 1.30pm.
Children aged between zero and six years old who have a disability or developmental delay will be given access to support and services tailored for them to achieve the best long-term outcomes.
SUPPORT for children’s health and wellbeing officially lands in Emerald later this month.
BUSHkids will launch its NDIS early childhood services across Central Queensland with the official opening of its Early Childhood Early Intervention service centre in Emerald.
The Royal Queensland Bush Children’s Health Scheme – BUSHkids – is a not-for-profit organisation that has been supporting the health and wellbeing of children and families in Queensland’s regional, rural and remote communities for more than 80 years.
Early Childhood Early Intervention is a new program fully funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme and is designed to help children aged zero to six years with a disability or developmental delay to access the support and services they need to achieve better long-term outcomes.
BUSHkids chief executive officer Carlton Meyn said through the program the organisation was hoping to help more local children through its new team of early childhood professionals.
“The Early Childhood Early Intervention services will benefit the community to support children with developmental delay, and it’s a service that was really required,” he said…
To read more, please visit the CQNews article written by Kristen Booth from CQNews here.