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Free online child aware training

Being ‘child aware’ involves building an organisational and workplace culture that embraces a range of practices and attitudes that aim to keep the ‘child in mind’. Emerging Minds has developed a free online course to support child aware practice for professionals in the health, social or community service setting who work with children (aged 0–12 years), with adults who are parents/carers, or with families. The course aims to enhance understanding about the impact that adult problems may have on children and to support practitioners to think about children early in any contact with a parent. Find out more and register.

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Youth Advisory Group to be appointed as key outcome of Queensland’s Residential Care Review, updated HSQF soon applicable, PeakCare’s new…

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