Resources to support Inaburra students and families

Inaburra’s Wellbeing team have put together a body of resources aimed at supporting students and their families as they navigate life’s journey together. These resources include well researched articles about various issues from reputable sources, as well as links to well known websites and organisations which support families and schools.

This Wellbeing Hub will continue to be updated as more resources become available. However, if there is an issue or challenge that you are interested in, but is not yet included, please do not hesitate to contact Inaburra School to make a suggestion.


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In the case of a mental health emergency, please contact 000 or attend your nearest hospital emergency department.

Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800
Mental Health Access Line 1800 011 511
Parent Line 1300 1300 52

Quick Links

Online Courses

eSAFETY Webinars for Parents and Carers

eSAFETY Webinars for Parents and Carers

These live webinars explore the latest research and they are a great way to learn how you can help your child develop the skills to be safer online.  All sessions are delivered by eSafety’s expert education and training team. Organised by eSafety Commissioner.

More information and to register


Triple P – Positive Parenting Program Online

Triple P gives you simple, practical, positive tips that can help every family

You can support your child’s development, grow closer and solve problems – positively. There are many simple strategies you can start using right now, to make every moment count!

Find which FREE course suits you best- Every family’s different, so we make it easy to choose the parenting support that fits your situation. You choose when, where, and how you want to do Triple P!

Triple P Online or Teen Triple P Online

Triple P – Positive Parenting Program Online
MYCOMPASS - A personalised self-help tool for your mental health

MYCOMPASS - A personalised self-help tool for your mental health

Take the free 5 minute self-assessmentThere are many symptoms of depression and anxiety. The more symptoms a person has, the more likely it is that he or she is depressed or anxious. This screener will help you learn whether you have symptoms of depression and/or anxiety. (Supported by the Black Dog Institute).