ANOTHER PEAKCARE COMPETITION. BE IN IT TO WIN IT!

by PeakCare Qld on 27th May 2016

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Minister Fentiman delivers enthralling speech at PeakCare's AGM

by PeakCare Qld
on 12th December 2016

If you were unable to attend PeakCare’s AGM on Wednesday, 7th December 2016, make sure you read the enthralling speech delivered by the Honourable Shannon Fentiman MP, Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence.

PeakCare's Board for 2017

by PeakCare Qld
on 12th December 2016

Your candidates for PeakCare's Board for 2017

by PeakCare Qld
on 30th November 2016

New Family and Child Connect services (FaCC), Intensive Family Support services (IFS) and specialist Domestic and Family Violence services

by PeakCare Qld
on 18th August 2016

The Queensland Government Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (the department) wishes to advise of the release of an Expression of Interest (EOI) for Mount Isa / Gulf Family Support and Domestic and Family Violence Prevention and Support Services

More about the Royal Commission into the South Australian child protection system

by PeakCare Qld
on 18th August 2016

The South Australian Child Protection Systems Royal Commission Report, The life they deserve, was released in early August 2016. The report is presented in two volumes. The first volume sets out what the Royal Commission did to examine the adequacy of current laws and policies to protect children and young people, system deficits and 260 recommendations addressing a wide range of structural, system and practice aspects across the SA government and service system. The second volume contains 5 case studies that examine the operation of the system and practice quality in specific areas. Four focus on the individual circumstances of young children, intervening in high risk families, leaving care, and children with complex needs in out of home care.

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PeakCare is running yet another competition. All you need to do is submit correct answers to five simple questions listed below. The answers to all five questions can be located within either the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020 or the third three-year Action Plan 2015-2018 – Driving Change: Intervening Early. Your answers are to be emailed to groberts@peakcare.org.au

Q1: The National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children features six ‘supporting outcomes’. List at least three of the six outcomes. 

Q2. Is this statement ‘true’ or ‘false’ in accordance with the National Framework? 

Maintaining connection to family, community and culture is essential within a framework that respects the physical, mental and emotional security of the child. This is particularly important in light of the historical experiences that Aboriginal families have had with child protection agencies. Strategies should build on existing strengths, match expectations with appropriate supports, and recognise the importance of Indigenous-led and managed solutions. 

Q3. What are the five domains of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle? 

Q4. One of the strategies included in the third three-year Action Plan is focussed on helping young people in out-of-home care to thrive in adulthood. List at least two actions to be undertaken in developing and supporting young people in care to transition to adulthood and improve their priority access to support services. 

Q5. Is this statement ‘true’ or ‘false’? 

One of the priority actions to be commenced under the third three-year Action Plan is the development of National Standards for out-of-home care to improve the quality of care for children and young people and to ensure that they have the same opportunities as other children and young people.

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