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November is T2A Month

Transition to Adulthood (T2A) Month is held in November each year. T2A Month highlights the needs of young people as they make the journey from the child protection system to adulthood, experiencing positive life outcomes along the way. The T2A launch will be held Thursday, 12th November at Toowoomba. Register here. During T2A Month carers, workers, and support services are encouraged to have a conversation, host an event and get resourced! Find out about upcoming T2A events at the CREATE website and don’t forget to register your own. There are also creative online T2A activities available at the website as a kit. An online Young Consultant Panel will be held on Wednesday, 18th November for workers and carers to support young parents who have a care experience. Register here. A statewide, online T2A Gameshow will also be held on 18th November for young people, with bingo, trivia, prizes and Next Step Plus information. The CREATE website has resources for workers and young people about the SORTLI app, Go Your Own Way Kit, T2A Mindfulness Colouring book, a resource for young people about reconnecting safely with family, T2A planning templates and much more. CREATE also has a podcast called ‘Voices in Action’ featuring the stories of CREATE young consultants. Listen here. Please contact andrew.foley@create.org.au or call CREATE on 07 3317 for more information about T2A Month.

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