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Think child, think family [electronic resource] : child and family sensitive practice within specialist homelessness services : survey report 2010 / Christine Gibson, Kylie Morphett
Bib ID 4933154
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Gibson, Christine
 
Online Versions
Description Underdale, SA : Australian Centre for Child Protection : University of South Australia, c2010 
1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/4 in. 
ISBN 9780980766943
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Summary

"In 2009 a national survey of specialist homelessness services was conducted to investigate how the needs of homeless children were being addressed. A stratified sample of SAAP funded services was obtained and telephone interviews conducted with staff of participating organisations. The interviews explored how the services identified and addressed the needs of children, what else they thought could be done to meet the needs of homeless children, issues around the prevention of family homelessness, and what they perceived as barriers and facilitators to working with other services in relation to children and their families" -- P. 5.

Full contents
  • Executive summary
  • Background
  • Method
  • Report structure
  • Part 1: Characteristics of participating homelsessness services
  • Part 2: The needs of homeless children
  • Part 3: Relationships with "First to know" agencies and others
  • Part 4: Prevention of family homelessness
  • - Part 5: Professional development
  • Conclusion, references & appendix.
 
Notes

Title from title screen.

"April 2010".

"Improving the lives of vulnerable children"--Title screen.

"Funding for Australian Centre for Child Protection ... through the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research".

Available on the Australian Centre for Child Protection website as at 20-Jul-10 at: http://www.unisa.edu.au/childprotection/documents/HomeslessnessSurveyReport2010.pdf

Digital content preserved

Subjects Homeless children -- Australia.  |  Homeless children -- Services for -- Australia.  |  Homeless persons -- Services for -- Australia.  |  Homeless families -- Services for -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Morphett, Kylie  |  Australian Centre for Child Protection
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Child and family sensitive practice within specialist homelessness services

Available From Australian Centre for Child Protection, University of South Australia, Arthur Lemon Avenue, Underdale SA 5032, http://www.unisa.edu.au 

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