Research has shown that children have better academic and social outcomes when their parents and teachers work together. A positive parent-teacher relationship can result in a child doing better academically, emotionally and socially, being happier at school and attending school more regularly. Establishing a good collaborative relationship with a child’s
Cystic Fibrosis Teacher Resources
To accomodate the needs of students with cystic fibrosis (CF) at school, we have a range of materials available for early childhood, primary and high school teachers.
Read about students and teachers’ experiences with CF in the My Story section.
(Article taken from REDteen Magazine 2014) A few years ago a young lady with CF, Lilly (aged 15 at the time) was asked some questions about what it was like to live at boarding school while managing the treatment she needed to do for her cystic fibrosis (CF). 1. What
In early December 2017 we ran a CFSmart Facebook competition asking parents to nominate outstanding teachers who have gone out of their way to provide health and educational support for children with cystic fibrosis (CF). The nominations that parents entered highlighted the amazing things that teachers all around Australia are