Pathways in Action
Rewire the Brain is a free training program funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services, researched by Griffith University and facilitated by Pathways to Resilience and Stronger Brains Ltd. The program aims to improve cognitive function, social and emotional skills, and capacity for self-regulation in young people aged 16-24 who have moved, or are at risk of moving, away from education and into long-term unemployment.
ABC compass - pitch up episode 3
Pitch Up Brisbane - On the banks of the Brisbane River, Kumi meets Zoe who uses animals to help people experiencing social isolation, Melissa who was pregnant at 16 and now mentors teen mums and Debbie (Pathways Director of Education and Learning) who trains teachers how to connect with traumatised children.
wings to fly
Find out more about Wings to Fly, our program for Early Years Educators.
Focus: How to be a “charismatic adult” for a child in need
An interview with Debbie Miller (Pathways Director of Education and Learning), Madelaine Winstanley (Pathways Education and Engagement Consultant) and Dr Jennifer Cartmel (Griffith University) on ABC Radio Brisbane's Focus program.
Focus: When life falls apart again and again, what will get you through?
Debbie Miller (Pathways Director of Education and Learning) on the panel for ABC Radio Brisbane's Focus program.