CREATING WELL-BEING AND RESILIENCE

Professional Development

Good enough parenting - Recognising and responding to neglect

Neglect comprimises the development of many more children than abuse. This workshop helps us to understand the difference between parenting that is 'good enough' parenting and neglect. We also look at current best practices around neglect. For more information click here.

You can view our turning point professional development events online:

Positive Frameworks in Social Change: Children, Young People, Families and Communities

Learn what a systems changing approach to working with children and families is about, and how to improve your systems leadership skills. An impressive line up of systems leaders including Professional Ross Homel, Professor Kate Freiberg, Sam Sayers and Fiona McKenzie. 

Click here to view videos and powerpoints from all the sessions 

Dr Kate Freiberg (Pathways to Prevention project)

Sam Sayers (ten20 Foundation)

Fiona McKenzie (Australian Futures Project)

Child and Youth Wellbeing Forum 

Training on the latest knowledge and best practice in the child and youth mental health issue  area. A focus on how to build well-being and resilience with Anthony Hillins. 

To see videos and powerpoints of the the event email sfa@bmcc.nsw.gov.au and links to a protected area of this web-site will be sent to you. 

Child and Family Plan

Each area of the Child and Family Plan is informed by a comprehensive evidence base. To hear inspirational key note speakers summarising each part of the Plan and download powerpoint resources and the Plan in small PDFs relevant to your area of service delivery click here.

 

 

 

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of the Child

Article 12:

"Parties shall assure to the child who is capable of forming his or her own views the right to express those views freely in all matters affecting the child, the views of the child being given due weight in accordance with the age and maturity of the child".

Stronger Families Alliance's Child and Family Plan

Objective 10.4

"Children's input into public participatory and decision-making processes is increased" (page 38)