The Thriving and On Track (TOTs) project is a collaborative initiative between Children’s Health Queensland, the Department of Education, Brisbane South PHN, Logan Together, The Benevolent Society and other service partners. This program aims to increase access for children aged 0 to 5 years to developmental screening and early intervention services in the Logan and Inala areas.
In these project areas, child development checks are offered in early childhood education centres, and families are supported to access early intervention services when required. Timely access to developmental screening and support services has the potential to improve lifelong outcomes. As part of the TOTs project, Brisbane South PHN aim to support General Practitioners through building capacity to complete child development assessments and refer to local support services. This aim will be flexibly supported through building Communities of Practice and offering professional development opportunities.
The TOTs Program assists children and their families to access developmental support by:
providing developmental screening and support to children in select childcare centres across Logan and Inala
providing allied health support at select community hubs across Logan
helping families navigate referral pathways to access other support services.
Patients can check with their childcare centre or community hub to see if they are eligible for the Thriving and On Track (TOTs) Program or contact the TOTs team.
Contact the TOTs Team