Poverty, domestic violence, marginalisation, drug and alcohol dependence are just some of the issues faced by many Australian families. Now in its second edition, Working with Vulnerable Families provides a comprehensive and evidence-based introduction to family-centred practice in Australia. It explores the ways in which health, education and social welfare professionals can support and protect children and their families. Fully revised and updated, with eight new chapters, the book examines recent research and programs on relationship-based family support, harnessing 'resilience' and working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. It encourages readers to 'think child, think family, think community' in order to promote the development, wellbeing and safety of young children and future generations. Each chapter features learning goals, local case studies and reflective questions to help reinforce and extend the reader's understanding. Written by a diverse team of experts, this is an indispensable resource for students and practitioners alike.Robyna#39;s work focuses on two main areas: the use of effective implementation strategies to improve the utilisation of ... Associate Professor GARY ROBINSON heads the Indigenous Parenting and Family Research Unit within the Centre for Child ... His publications arising out of the Coordinated Care Trial evaluation reports, the ABCD projects, and the report of the Accelerated Literacy Contributors xxi.
|Title||:||Working with Vulnerable Families|
|Author||:||Dorothy Scott, Fiona Arney|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-09-09|