This webinar will discuss youth homelessness and what needs to be done to address the problem, with a particular focus on early intervention.
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This webinar was for CfC Facilitating Partners, Community Partners & others who are implementing the 30% evidence based program requirement.
This webinar presented the evidence on "what works" to engage fathers, and described recent initiatives using digital technology with dads.
“Flying over the radar”: Changing practice to support children and families where a parent has a mental illness
This webinar described ways to foster systemic change in practice to improve outcomes for families where a parent has a mental illness.
This webinar described some of the adverse consequences of FASD, and outlined effective strategies for supporting children and families affected.
This webinar discussed the importance of supervision in child protection, and outlined lessons from a group supervision approach adopted in NSW.
Promoting Indigenous child health and wellbeing: "Get a piece of paper honey, no-one can take that away from you"
This webinar focussed on effective strategies to promote Indigenous child health and wellbeing.
This webinar discussed the family impacts of problem gambling, and described recent research that examined young people's gambling behaviour.
This webinar highlighted findings and discussed the implications of recent research projects into family violence and fathering.
This webinar highlighted why and how Aboriginal services differ to mainstream services, and the importance of culture in delivering these services.
This webinar outlined findings of recent research into lasting couple relationships, and discussed the implications for practice.