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About the Health Impact Project

The first few years of an individual’s life are critical to their long-term health and wellbeing. The Health Impact Project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of children under eight and their caregivers.

Run through the SSI Community Hubs program in Logan, Queensland, the project identifies potential issues facing children and connects families to essential services. These services include paediatric first aid, clinical psychology, parenting information, and speech pathology and occupational therapy assessments. The program also coordinates available health services such as speech therapy, sports programs, dental treatments, and more.

How we help

We build rapport with caregivers attending the SSI Hub.
We help to identify any potential challenges or issues facing their children.
Staff direct the family to understand and access health services available to them.

Get in touch

The Health Impact Project is run through the Woodridge, Woodridge North, St Pauls, St Francis, and Marsden Community Hubs in Logan, Queensland.

E: acsl.gatewayofficer@ssi.org.au

P: 07 3412 9980