ACWA CEO Wraps Up On An Eventful 2017

I warmly welcome you to my final message for 2017, as we ‘tumble’ towards Christmas and the end of what only can be described as an eventful year. There have been a few big ticket items that have been – or are about to be – visited upon us, which may very well set some […]

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How Do We See What We’re Looking At? Some Thoughts on Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Out-of-Home Care

The symptoms of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in children who are placed in out-of-home care can often go unnoticed. Clinical psychologist and CCWT presenter Dr Brendan New provides valuable insight into how caseworkers can recognise the signs and respond accordingly : It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. (Thoreau) It […]

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Q&A With Bob Mulcahy, ACWA Chair

Bob Mulcahy was appointed ACWA Chair in December 2016. He shares his thoughts on his time in the role so far and about what lies ahead: Q: Could you provide us an overview of your professional background. My career started in Banking and Finance, during which time I studied Accounting and later completed an MBA […]

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