Sleep Health Foundation - Welcome 2023!

on 24 January

A warm welcome to 2023 and we hope you’ve managed to get plenty of sleep, rest and restoration over the summer break. We are certainly recharged and keen to fill you in on our plans for the first part of 2023.

Listed below are just some of the things we’re planning, we’re keen to hear your ideas too.

  • We are finalising a report of an audit we undertook in late 2022 with our current corporate partners to look at the ways in which we can improve our corporate partnerships.
  • The building of a new website and to investigate new branding and possibly a new logo
  • We’ll continue to seek funding from a wide variety of sources to improve the resources we offer the community for sleep health education and support
  • We will continue to meet with relevant Federal and State MPs and Ministers for purposes of advocacy around several of the 11 recommendations of the 2019 Parliamentary Inquiry into Sleep Health Awareness. We need a Federal response to those 11 recommendations.
  • We will look into the possibility of gaining funding for a sleep helpline for the general public to direct them to the right pathways for what they’re experiencing
  • Planning is underway for World Sleep Day on March 17th mark it in your diaries
  • We will deliver several speaking engagements at schools, workplaces and conferences to keep raising awareness and spreading the word about the importance of sleep health.
  • We will continue to engage with our Consumer Reference Council who will help us to guide our strategy and the resources and programs we offer
  • We are involved in several research programs, particularly in First Nations Sleep Health, Daylight Savings, Sleep in Hospitals
  • We will be active in the media and on social media
  • We’ll be working very hard every day to get the much-needed funds that are required to underpin our work.
  • We continue to position ourselves as the peak sleep health promotion organisation that can be considered the voice of truth in Australia about sleep and the ‘go-to’ organisation for the community for information about sleep matters. Our aim is to reduce false, alarming, confusing, conflicting messages about sleep health

Please get in touch if you have ideas for us, or you’d like to book in a Speaker Program event, or partner with us.

Yours sincerely,

Dr Moira Junge
CEO, Sleep Health Foundation


Thank you to our Business Council Partners


Thank you to our Healthy Sleep Partners


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