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Child and Youth Wellbeing - Have your say

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The Tasmanian Government wants to make Tasmania the best place for all children and young people through the development of Tasmania’s first Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy for 0-25 year olds.

We are seeking the views and ideas of Tasmanian children, young people, their caregivers, and the service sector to help develop the Wellbeing Strategy.

There are multiple options for people to have their say and input ideas through digital or hard copy postcards, getting creative by submitting paintings, stories or poems, ranking the wellbeing domains, completing a survey response and responding to our Discussion Paper.

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Key Ingredients of Wellbeing

Wellbeing is when a child or young person feels loved and safe, has the things they need, is healthy, learning and participating and has a positive sense of culture and identity. To learn more about the different areas of wellbeing click on the tiles below.

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