A review and synthesis of the Australian and international literature on same-sex parented families.
For busy practitioners who are striving to meet the needs of families with limited resources, taking the time out to ask how the dads are going may seem like a luxury.
Dr Jennifer McIntosh outlines a risk-screening tool that assists separating parents and professionals to detect and evaluate well-being and risks.
Financial support after separation can affect children’s wellbeing across a range of areas, and negotiation of financial arrangements is one of the key tasks for many parents in the post-separation period.
This paper looks at the risk factors associated with young people exiting the education system prematurely, particularly in a family context
Regular school attendance plays a significant role in shaping both school-related and later life outcomes, including reduced levels of unemployment, risk of destructive behaviour, use of addictive substances, welfare dependency and involvement in the justice system.
A brief overview of the evidence-based principles of parent-skills training
Just how do you help a child understand why people bully others, how babies are made, or what makes puberty happen? Kids can ask all sorts of questions that parents and others find awkward, embarrassing, or just plain tricky.
This webinar, jointly presented by the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) and the CFCA information exchange in February 2013, covered Australia's family leave policy history, the social context, family models in Australia and a review of international paternity leave policies and practices.
This paper uses existing literature to describe Australia's family leave policy history leading up to the government-funded Dad and Partner Pay