2016, English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Supporting the Roadmap for Reform [electronic resource] : evidence-informed practice / The Centre for Community Child Health. Royal Children's Hospital (Melbourne, Vic.). Centre for Community Child Health

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Edition
  • Version 0.2.
Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (ii, 203 p. : ill.) : PDF file.
Published
  • [Melbourne, Vic.] : [Dept. of Health and Human Services], 2016.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Supporting the Roadmap for Reform : evidence-informed practice /​ The Centre for Community Child Health.
Also Titled
  • Roadmap for reform - strong families, safe children.
Author
  • Royal Children's Hospital (Melbourne, Vic.). Centre for Community Child Health
Other Authors
  • Moore, Tim G.
  • Beatson, Ruth.
  • Rushton, Sophie.
  • Powers, Rebecca.
  • Deery, Alana.
  • Arefadib, Noushin.
  • West, Sue, MA.
  • Victoria. Dept. of Health and Human Services
Edition
  • Version 0.2.
Published
  • [Melbourne, Vic.] : [Dept. of Health and Human Services], 2016.
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (ii, 203 p. : ill.) : PDF file.
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Summary
  • This report identifies evidence-based programs and practices for child welfare and family support, suitable for implementation in Victoria. It is part of the Victorian Government's 'Roadmap for Reform: Strong families, safe children' initiative, which is a systematic approach to improving the child and family system. The report reviews the literature to identify evidence-based programs and practices, assesses the quality of the evidence, and makes recommendations for a 'menu' of practices and programs relevant to six key areas, corresponding to a tiered continuum of services: families who function well, families who have some difficulties, families at risk of child maltreatment, families receiving statutory child protection services, children living in out-of-home care, and care leavers. A key finding of this review is that relationships should be at the heart of the care system, with more attention to be given the development of high quality relationships between professionals and children, young people, and their families.
Notes
  • "May 2016"
  • "Prepared for the Department of Health and Human Services"
  • "Prepared by: Dr. Tim Moore, Dr. Ruth Beatson, Sophie Rushton, Rebecca Powers, Dr Alana Deery, Noushin Arefadib, Sue West"--T.p. verso.
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-203)
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  • Mode of access: via the internet.
Language
  • English
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