This webinar discussed the effects of domestic and family violence on women and how practitioners can help women receive the support they need.
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This webinar explored strategies for improving cross-sectoral relationships between child protection and government and non-government partners.
This webinar discussed child-focused supervision practices and initiatives to support child-focused practice in adult services.
This webinar discussed how practitioners can use child-led play to assist families to improve parent–child relationships and child mental health.
This webinar discussed youth homelessness and what needs to be done to address the problem, with a particular focus on early intervention.
Working with parents affected by alcohol and other drug use: Considering the needs of children in practice
This webinar discussed how practitioners working with parents affected by alcohol and other drug use can enhance their child-focused practice.
This webinar discussed new research on ways to communicate with parents to improve children’s development and wellbeing.
This webinar outlined emerging evidence on the prevalence and risks associated with elder abuse, and discussed implications for policy and practice.
This webinar discussed how practitioners can help children and families navigate the different stages of community trauma.
Young people's experiences of leaving care and their support needs: Recent research and promising practices
This webinar discussed young people’s experiences leaving care in Victoria and provided two examples of promising practices in New South Wales.