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Collective Efforts
Collective Efforts

The best thing about the program is it is a collective effort of the children with a chronic condition, their parents or caregiver, clinicians and policymakers. The inputs of everyone will be included in this research.

Care for Children
Care for Children

Many such types of research have taken place in the past, but this program will give the latest and relevant information about the challenges the children face and their overall condition.

Relevant Information
Relevant Information

The best thing about the program is it is a collective effort of the children with a chronic condition, their parents or caregiver, clinicians and policymakers. The inputs of everyone will be included in this research.

Relevant Information
Relevant Information

The best thing about the program is it is a collective effort of the children with a chronic condition, their parents or caregiver, clinicians and policymakers. The inputs of everyone will be included in this research.

Why Kaleidoscope program is so valuable

This program is so valuable for children with chronic conditions and their parents because the experts from different genres are involved in it – the clinicians, researchers, policymakers, etc. Together, they can make some significant contributions and make life easier for such children. The entire research is conducted by the Children Chronic Diseases Welfare Organisation to make better decisions for children with chronic diseases. Our Kaleidoscope program has also received a lot of appreciation and support from renowned government and non-government institutions. Whether you are a paediatrician or a caregivers, you can join our program and support these kids because they need our love, care and special attention.
Our program focuses on different health concerns with their solutions. Some of the common issues we discuss on our platform are obesity or overweight because it is one of the most chronic condition among children in Australia. We also pay attention to the vision disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Asthma, Diabetes, Attention- Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Cancer. If you have any query related to our topics, programs and events, feel free to call us. We have a highly enthusiastic team of volunteers who will assist you and make you feel comfortable throughout the program. We are also organising our events and programs online to let more and more people join us.

Nationwide Research

The program will take place in all major cities of the country, including Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, etc.

Latest Results

One of the reasons why this program is so valuable is that here you will find the latest data, facts and the best treatment for chronic conditions.

Expert Advice

Here, the parents will get expert advice from highly experienced and reputed general practitioners (GPs), psychiatrists, psychologists, counsellors, mental health nurses.

Workshops

A workshop will be organised to help the children and their parents to get practical knowledge. Experienced clinicians and policymakers will share their knowledge.

If you think that The Kaleidoscope program is helpful for you and your children, contact us today and know about our workshops. Our events and programs are designed to create awareness in the society that these special kids need love, care and attention. We are also focused on creating programs to let parents understand everything about chronic health diseases among children of all ages. We take care of every single aspect because kids are the future of our society. Our sole aim is to help those children who are suffering from asthma, autism, obesity and other chronic diseases and make their life better. Creating an optimistic future and bringing happiness is our topmost priority. We want to make your kids feel at home and ease wherever they go. They should have confidence and be able to interact with others without worrying what people think of them. We help them understand how loved and wonderful they are and help them keep learning and moving ahead. Our friendly staff is always vigilant and aware of what your children needs and will make sure they do everything they can to help them out. If you have any queries related to our events or programs, feel free to reach us. We are here to assist you!

The Common Chronic Conditions

Although there are many chronic conditions, some of them are common. The majority of the children in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, and other cities suffer from the following health conditions.

Overweight/Obesity

Obesity is a frequent chronic illness in Australia and a severe public health concern. It's linked to children's poor health and well-being, lower academic attainment, higher healthcare costs, and a higher risk of heart disease in adulthood. To enhance children's health, the government and parents must take tangible actions to substantially lower the rate of overweight and obesity. We help children understand what they are eating and help them make the right choices that will benefit their bodies.

Vision Disorder and Hearing Loss

Nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism affect a large number of children and teenagers. To rectify these problems, most people wear eyeglasses or contact lenses. Children and teenagers who use glasses or contacts should visit an eye doctor at least once a year to have their eyesight checked for any changes. Hearing loss is another issue that hinders a child's ability to develop speech, language, and social skills.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a long-term ailment that usually begins in childhood. Affected youngsters have trouble understanding social situations, behaving socially, and communicating. Lack of or no eye contact, unsocial play and detachment from others, and a lack of interest in other people's attempts at communication are some of the signs of this disease. Physical affection is avoided by children with this health issue, and their body language is improper.

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a long-term health problem that results in poor concentration and impulse control. It can affect a child's learning and social ties, as well as the functioning of the family. Symptoms of ADHD include the inability to concentrate, forgetting instructions, hopping from one activity to the next without finishing them, emotional instability, restlessness, and so on.

Asthma

Asthma is a common respiratory disorder marked by chronic inflammation of the airways. It causes wheezing, shortness of breath, coughing, and chest discomfort due to extensive constriction of the airways. Virus infections, exposure to particular allergens, irritants, exercise, and other chemical or nutritional additives are all known to trigger asthma.

Anxiety Disorder

It is another chronic condition that many Australian youngsters suffer from. Anxiety symptoms can be varied and might linger for a short period or a long time, depending on the cause. Health experts such as general practitioners (GPs), psychiatrists, psychologists, counsellors, mental health nurses, and social workers must closely monitor them. It helps to alleviate worry, stress, and dread.

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Volunteers
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Workshops
Our Mission
Help the Children

Through this program, we want to help the children who are suffering from chronic diseases and make their life easier.

Help their Parents

The Kaleidoscope program will help the parents so they will be able to support their kids in a much better way.

Learn New Things

It is a great opportunity for everyone – patients, their parents, clinicians, policymaker, researchers to learn something new about chronic conditions.

Spread Awareness

We also want to spread awareness about chronic health conditions so that more people understand the challenges some children have to go through.

Recent Events
  • 1
  • Sep
How to Deal with Obesity of Children
  • 5.00 pm - 7.30 pm
  • Sydney
  • 25
  • Aug
Asthma in Children
  • 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
  • Melbourne
  • 20
  • Aug
Vision Disorder Problem
  • 4.00 pm - 6.00 pm
  • Adelaide

Our Team

We have more than 100 volunteers from various cities like Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Newcastle, etc. We are also backed by a team of seasoned general practitioners, psychiatrists, counsellors, psychologists, and mental health nurses.

Adam Smith

psychiatrist

Mr Smith is a psychiatrist who has practised in Sydney for the last many years. He wants to do something valuable for the children who have to lives in such conditions.

Olivia Turner

counsellor

She is a renowned senior counsellor and has worked with many hospitals in Brisbane and other parts of Queensland. She is also involved in this program and wants to share her knowledge.

Peggy Robertson

psychologists

Mrs Robertson is an experienced psychologist who has done a lot of work for the kids and adults suffering from Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

George Whiteman

psychologists

He is a seasoned psychiatrist and practice in Canberra. George has spent a lot of time and effort to improve the lives of children with chronic diseases.

It is in-depth research and a nationwide survey on children with chronic conditions.
The program is an ideal platform for parents and health professionals to make life easier for such kids. From obesity to Autism Spectrum Disorder, visual disorders to asthma and diabetes, our program focuses on each and every health hazards. We have a team of researchers, doctors and policymakers who will give their best and make their life pain-free and productive. They can also live happily with their parents and caretakers.

What This Program offers

If you are wondering how this program will help the children with chronic ailment and their parents, then the solution is right here.

Upcoming Events

We organised workshops to provide the best platform to everyone where the parents of kids with such conditions, doctors, policymakers and other experts can exchange their experience and knowledge.

We are planning an event that will focus on children with chronic illnesses and how these illnesses affect their development. Many famous paediatricians and researchers will contribute with their expertise, knowledge, and data in order to better assist children and their parents in dealing with the condition in their daily lives.

5th November Sydney

This programme will focus on a variety of chronic disorders that affect the majority of Australian children, as well as how to cope with them. Overweight/obesity, anxiety/depression, autism spectrum disorder (ASDs), and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are among these conditions (ADHD). This conference will feature a number of psychologists and paediatricians who will share their knowledge and experience.

10th November Melbourne

Attending regular courses, whether in primary or secondary school, is always a difficult effort for a kid with a chronic health condition. As a result, such students require coordinated support from schools, parents, and medical providers. We're holding a session for everyone that will focus on this specific topic and offer the best answer.

14th November Adelaide