The Office of the Children’s Guardian has issued the following notification regarding procedures to be followed by out-of-home care providers when a child or young person is placed in a non-home based emergency care arrangement: Your notifications can help reduce the number of children in non-home based emergency care arrangements. In an emergency or crisis, […]
ACWA is eager to hear your views about the work that we do, and how you think we can best support the needs of our member agencies and of the wider sector. To help us inform our ongoing work, we ask that you spend five minutes completing our member survey. Your feedback is important to […]
On Wednesday 3rd July, ACWA will host two sector briefings designed to kick-start a joint Government/NGO dialogue on two of our most critical sector-wide challenges.
Event 1: PSP Evaluation Advisory Committee Co-Design
Event 2: Alternative Care Arrangements: Carer Journey Mapping – What’s working and how can we do better?
FACS has just released the following guiding principles to help caseworkers ensure young people receive the support and encouragement they need as they transition into independent adulthood. Leaving Care Planning Guiding Principles Reconnection Planning Guiding Principles An updated NSW Transition to Independent Living Allowance (TILA) Application Form has also been released, which includes the addition […]
FACS representatives Eleri Morgan-Thomas (Executive Director, Partnerships) and Simone Czech (Executive Director, Child & Family) joined ACWA’s August Board meeting to provide an update on the Permanency Support Program (PSP) reforms and to discuss with Board members the impact of changes on non-government agencies and the children and families they work with. Recurrent issues raised […]