This webinar presented the research on LGBTIQA+ young people’s social and emotional wellbeing and how professionals can better understand, engage and respond to their needs.
Research to practice
This short article describes ways in which organisations can support their practitioners to use an evidence-informed approach to practice.
This short article describes an evidence-informed approach to practice and the role of research to support better outcomes for families and children.
This webinar explored the digital divide and its impact on the remote delivery of child, family and community welfare services.
This short article summarises the findings from our Child, family and community welfare survey: Support during COVID-19.
Working together to keep children and families safe: Strategies for developing collaborative competence
This practice paper focuses on improving cross-sectoral relationships between child protection and child and family welfare practitioners.
This webinar discussed new research on ways to communicate with parents to improve children’s development and wellbeing.
Implementing programs and practices in child and family services: The ‘why’ and ‘how’ of good implementation practice
This webinar outlined key concepts and practical steps for implementing evidence-informed programs and practices in child and family services.
Cathie Valentine discusses the need for collaboration between researchers and practitioners to help overcome complex problems affecting families.
The Smith Family’s Wendy Field discusses the tensions between implementing evidence-based programs and responding to local and complex needs.