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Improving Outcomes for Children Experiencing Vulnerability and Risk

Tue September 26, 2023 @ 8:00 am - Wed September 27, 2023 @ 5:00 pm

In Australia, there is a national drive to improve outcomes for vulnerable children through targeted interventions, but more needs to be done to improve service and system level responses, lift workforce capability and effectively support children experiencing risk, harm or vulnerability, particularly in complex cases.

Focused on targeted early intervention, supporting children and families with multiple & complex needs & strengthening workforce capacity and collaboration, this conference will share approaches and responses to addressing intergenerational trauma, preserving and reunifying families and communities and improving outcomes for children in the longer-term.

Join senior leaders and practitioners from across Australia working in child protection, safety and wellbeing, where you will have the opportunity to discuss best-practice and evidence-based approaches to improve outcomes for children experiencing vulnerability.

The conference will showcase how all Australians can work together to achieve the best outcomes for vulnerable children and those experiencing disadvantage.

Use the code ‘NAPCAN’ at checkout to receive an exclusive discount. 

Download the brochure for more information: https://bit.ly/3rBkG7P

Details

Start:
Tue September 26, 2023 @ 8:00 am
End:
Wed September 27, 2023 @ 5:00 pm
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Website:
https://the-hatchery.co/event/improving-outcomes-vulnerable-children/

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The Hatchery

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Who can attend this event
This summit is targeted at people working in child safety and protection as well as domestic and family violence practitioners, out of home care practitioners, early education and education providers. It will be useful for other direct care workers supporting children, and anyone working directly with young people and their parents or caregivers. Leaders and Practitioners, with roles and responsibilities for: Chief Executive/Chief Operating Director/General Manager Area Manager/Regional manager Client Services Team Leader/Manager/Casework Child Protection Child/Youth Policy Out of Home Care / Permanency Child Health & Wellbeing Child Safety Principal Therapeutic & Support Services Practice Design Intervention Services Reunification & Family Preservation