Keeping Kids in Mind (KKIM) is a service offering support for separating parents with children of any age.
A guide to help parents recognise the signs that their child might be bullying others, and provide ways to constructively address the behaviour
An overview of key statistics and research findings to assist professionals working with parents of teens and tweens
Christina Battle and Janine Bandit describe a program for parents whose children have been placed in care, and describe best-practice approaches.
Family Links Geelong is the first program to offer support to families of adult defendants facing criminal charges anywhere in Australia or overseas.
This webinar presented findings from research into the effects of fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workforce practices on children and family relationships.
A limited but growing amount of Australian research into fly-in fly-out (FIFO) work practices tentatively suggests that a FIFO lifestyle can have positive, negative or few effects on children and on family relationships, depending on the circumstances.
Every parent faces the decision to leave his or her child home alone for the first time. For a mature and prepared child, being trusted to stay home alone can be a positive experience, one that fosters independence and a sense of responsibility.
Australian research into FIFO work practices suggests this lifestyle has a range of effects on children and on family relationships.
A review and synthesis of the Australian and international literature on same-sex parented families.