Some providers funded under DSS’ Families and Children Activity will soon need to develop and submit program logic models. This session will provide guidance on how to complete the program logic.
Webinars and seminars
Our webinars and seminars feature well-known speakers with expertise in contemporary family research issues.
Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) also hold regular events throughout the year. For more information see CFCA Events .
Some providers funded under DSS’ Families and Children Activity will soon need to develop and submit program logic models. This session will talk you through the new requirement and how to meet it.
This webinar explored ways in which data from research and practice can inform services’ therapeutic responses to child sexual abuse.
This webinar explored what infant mental health is and how practitioners can support infant mental health and wellbeing.
This webinar explored how to engage with families experiencing alcohol-related harm and explore what a harm-minimisation approach is.
Including the interests of children and young people in policy development: Current challenges and opportunities
This webinar explored the opportunities and challenges in the development of policy frameworks key to the interests of children and young people.
This webinar explored practitioners’ child-centred work with separating parents to support the child’s wellbeing and parent–child relationship.
This webinar explored what ‘stability’ means in out-of-home care and offered strategies for achieving positive outcomes for children and carers.
This webinar explored how changing the way we talk and think about early childhood can promote child safety, development and wellbeing.
This webinar explored how practitioners can develop their understanding of complex trauma to effectively support infants and children.