An overview of the consequences of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and some principles for supporting children and families affected
Early and middle childhood
This webinar described some of the adverse consequences of FASD, and outlined effective strategies for supporting children and families affected.
This article describes findings from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children on how kids are spending their time outside of school.
Explores some of the characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural practices that contribute to family functioning
This article outlines findings from a recent report that examined the level of satisfaction that children have with their own body image.
Sharing the care of children after separation: Thinking beyond “custody and access” or “residence and contact”
Professor Lawrie Moloney writes about what works in shared parenting arrangements after separation or divorce.
Professor Lawrie Moloney writes about parenting and parental absence after separation.
Changes occurring in family life over the last few decades, such as the progressive increase in the number of mothers in the workforce, have changed the way Australian families function.
Dr Daryl Higgins' follow up comments on the report, A safe and supportive family environment for children.
Keeping Kids in Mind (KKIM) is a service offering support for separating parents with children of any age.