Examines various aspects of supervision in work with adolescents, and provides tools to assist professionals and stimulate discussion
This webinar discussed the importance of supervision in child protection, and outlined lessons from a group supervision approach adopted in NSW.
Provides practical information on the structures, practices and actions that support a change toward a strong culture of evaluation and research
CFCA Manager Elly Robinson draws on the wisdom of Atul Gawande to help make complex concepts understandable.
This article describes a workplace wellness project undertaken by Anglicare Sydney’s Shoalhaven Centre.
An overview of the innovative use of technology in service delivery for organisations working with families, children and young people.
This webinar described how The Benevolent Society applies the Resilience Practice Framework to their intensive family support programs.
An overview of the ethical review process and how it applies to service providers evaluating their own programs
To what extent is research influenced by practice? This question was uppermost in my mind after attending the Family Relationship Services Australia (FRSA) conference (Nov, 2012), which highlighted the admirable way that the family support sector is currently grappling with research and evaluation.
The time is ripe for an honest conversation about some of the potential drawbacks of collaboration in the community services sector.