Responsive Pathways for Vulnerable Children

5-6 Mar 2014 at The Sydney Boulevard Hotel, Sydney, Australia

Children, Medical & Health Care

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With the number of Australian children in out-of-home care constantly increasing, the sector is experiencing tremendous reform to stay in line with the changing needs of children and carers.

This conference will focus on strategic planning to build organisational capacity and ensure sector growth and improvement.

Innovation and strategic planning are becoming crucial to successfully improving the quality of care being provided across the spectrum and ensuring practice is being driven by positive outcomes.

This conference will address:
Collecting and reviewing data to measure outcomes
Strategic and financial planning for a self-sustaining sector
Implementing innovative models of care
Maximising social funding for longevity.

Wednesday March 05, 2014 at 8:00 am, ends Thursday March 06, 2014 at 5:30 pm

Standard Price: $2699.00 + GST
Discounted Rates for NGOs: $2199.00 + GST

Artists / Speakers: Care South, KARI Aboriginal Resources Incorporated, dSecretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC), Department of Family and Community Services, The Australian Childhood Foundation, Interrelate, Marymead, The Benevolent Society, Wesley Mission, Glastonbury Community Services Services, SDN Child and Family Services, Wanslea, Department of Human Services, Key Assets Fostering Western Australia, Baptcare, Anchor, Foresters Community Finance, UnitingCare Burnside, Challenge Children Services, The Salvation Army, Australia Eastern Territory, CREATE Foundation, Child Trauma Academy, The Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry.

From: March 05, 2014 08:00
To: March 06, 2014 16:50

The Sydney Boulevard Hotel, 90 William Street, 2011, Sydney, Australia


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