RFW and Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network Win Mental Health Award

  About the award We are so proud of our Connect for Kids program, funded by the Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network, which has won an Excellence in Service or Program Delivery Award as part of the Mental Health Association NSW annual 2018 Mental Health Month Awards. The award recognises excellence and/or innovation in mental health related…

Research: Efficacy and Scalability of Telecare for Disruptive Behaviour

  RFW is conducting research into a proven early intervention model for children (K-Year 2) with disruptive behaviour problems to see if therapy can be provided efficiently and effectively using telehealth. The research will also assess whether interventions delivered via telehealth (TAG) are acceptable to parents, teachers and schools, and whether disruptive behaviours decrease after involvement…

RFW is recognised for Outstanding Achievement in 2018 Australian Charity Awards

  RFW has been awarded an Outstanding Achievement Award in the 2018 Australian Charity Awards Royal Far West’s award winning Telecare for Kids program (Telecare), now Australia’s longest continually operating child and family telehealth service, was created in 2013 in response to the overwhelming need of isolated and disadvantaged rural children and young people to access…

Royal Far West welcomes budget focused on rural health – encourages further investment in allied health

Royal Far West, one of Australia’s oldest and most respected children’s health charities, has welcomed the investment in rural and remote health in the Federal Budget, but echoes the calls of the National Rural Health Alliance that this is just the first step in properly funding rural and remote health. Royal Far West is pleased…