Join the conversation – Putting children first: Changing how we communicate with parents to improve children’s outcomes

Join the conversation – Putting children first: Changing how we communicate with parents to improve children’s outcomes

11 September 2019
Family is playing with inflatable boat at sea. Three kids sitting in the boat and mother is pushing the boat from behind.

This webinar discussed new research on ways to communicate with parents to improve children’s development and wellbeing.

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This webinar discussed new research on effective ways to talk about parenting. It introduced new tools to help put children first in conversations about parenting, and outlined practical steps to help apply this child-centred approach in practice. The webinar also featured case examples to illustrate how this approach has been applied in various ways, including in early childhood settings, youth-serving organisations, out-of-home care services and in rural and remote communities.

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This webinar was hosted in collaboration with NAPCAN and the Parenting Research Centre in support of National Child Protection Week, 1–7 September 2019.

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