This webinar will discuss how practitioners can use child-led play to assist families to improve parent–child relationships and child mental health.
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This webinar outlined recent initiatives that promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership and self-determination in child protection.
This webinar provided an overview of recent research on how to support and respond to children's disclosures of abuse and neglect.
Developmental differences in children who have experienced adversity: Emerging evidence and implications for practice
This webinar outlined emerging evidence on the impact of early adversity on children’s development and discussed implications for practice.
This webinar explored the implications of recent research on women's and children’s experiences of family violence and inter-parental conflict.
This webinar presented an overview of collective impact with a focus on leadership and governance, community engagement, and evaluation.
This webinar focused on developing practical strategies to create safe and inclusive environments for children with disability.
This webinar explored the experiences of parents with children in care and outlined emerging family inclusive practice strategies.
This webinar aimed to help service providers frame effective messages to fathers during their baby’s crucial first years.
This webinar explored options for working with families where fathers who use violence continue to have extensive contact with children.
Strengthening what works for children: Aligning target group, theory of change and program components to outcomes
This webinar explained how funders, managers and practitioners can ensure their program's target group, activities and outcomes are in alignment.