The Foundation runs innovative programs for professionals, parents and educators to actively engage with the creative
process in education and life.
The Foundation was established in 2007 to help alleviate the increasing levels of children experiencing anxiety, stress and depression.
The InspirEd Project – Read about the work of the Foundation in communities in this paper by Jane Hanckel and Professor Leonie Segal, Health, Economics and Social Policy Unit, University of South Australia
The InspirEd Project Case Studies
In 2022 the Foundation is focusing on a new program for parents, families, students and schools – the iVALUE Emotional Intelligence Project.
A Love of Nature
The Connection and Creativity programs have run at seven settings across Australia including Aboriginal Medical Services and Family Support Programs. The seven key enrichment elements of the program create positive outcomes for children and their families. The program provided support for families and children aged 0 – 7 years.
Outcomes of the programs include improved parenting capacity; improved child behaviours; improved nutrition, increased independent and self directed play; increased creative and independent play, increase in positive behaviours of parents and children.
In 2014 the Foundation introduced the Rainforest Kindergarten Project, a Nature Early Childhood Education early childhood education and training program.
The Rainforest Kindergarten Project program promotes and support children’s connection to nature for ongong wellbeing and resilience. ‘Dreaming the Forest’ is a short video about the program.
In 2018 the Foundation changed it’s name to The Foundation for Creative Intelligence.
The Foundation for Creative Intelligence and InspirED is part of the Alliance for Childhood, an international community of people working for Improving the Quality of Childhood.
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