Child-centred approaches to supporting children in out-of-home care

Healthcare > Psychology3/28/2024 2:00 AM

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In Australia, over 45,000 children live in out-of-home care (OOHC). This webinar will outline practical ways to prioritise the voices of children in OOHC that can support their mental health and wellbeing.


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Australian Institute of Family Studies

Australian Institute of Family Studies

The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) conducts research to inform government policy and family services. They provide evidence-based research reports, snapshots, and facts and figures on a range of topics including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, adolescents and young people, adoption, ageing, alcohol and other drug use, carers, child abuse and neglect, child care and preschool, and many more. AIFS also offers practice resources such as webinars, practice guides, policy and practice papers, and resource sheets to support professionals working in the family sector. Additionally, AIFS organizes the AIFS Conference, a biennial event that brings together policy makers, practitioners, and researchers to exchange ideas and network.