This webinar will present the research on LGBTIQA+ young people’s social and emotional wellbeing and how professionals can better understand, engage and respond to their needs.
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This webinar will explore the social model of disability, how it relates to children’s mental health and considerations for working with children and families.
Past webinars: Watch videos, find resources, join the discussion
This webinar explored how professionals can engage with multicultural communities to better understand and respond to their needs.
This webinar discussed the value of investing in meaningful partnerships to improve outcomes for children and families.
This webinar explored the digital divide and its impact on the remote delivery of child, family and community welfare services.
This webinar explored how practitioners can support families experiencing the effects of homelessness.
This webinar explored and demonstrated ways to identify and support food-insecure families.
This webinar explored opportunities for using collaborative, family-inclusive approaches to support families where a parent uses alcohol and/or other drugs.
This webinar discussed ways social service providers and evaluators can build successful evaluation partnerships for the benefit of children, families.
This webinar explored local, place-based solutions to preventing suicide among young people and minimising the risk of suicide clusters.
This webinar explored how practitioners working with families experiencing gambling harm can support parents to further improve outcomes for thems
Responding to family violence in First Nations families to support children’s social and emotional wellbeing
This webinar explored family violence and child wellbeing in First Nations families, drawing on the expertise of First Nations practitioners.