The Australian Social Policy Conference (ASPC) is hosting a special session during its 2017 Conference on the Pathways of Care Longitudinal Study (POCLS) on Wednesday, 27 September from 2.55pm.
The session is free for FACS staff and stakeholders to attend or live stream
The session will provide a brief overview of the study, followed by presentations of three papers based on in-depth analysis of POCLS data:
Understanding children’s contact and relationships with family in out-of-home care, Professor Judy Cashmore, University of Sydney
Aboriginal children in out-of-home care: placement differences, outcomes and pathways through care, Professor Paul Delfabbro, University of Adelaide
Service use of children in out-of-home care over time, Professor Ilan Katz, University of NSW
Venue: Leighton Hall University of NSW Randwick Sydney
Date: Wednesday, 27 September
Time: 2.55pm – 5pm
Registration: If you would like to attend in person, please RSVP to FACSAR Pathways@facs.nsw.gov.au by Friday 22 September.
If you are not able to attend in person the session is available via live stream.
Visit www.streamgate.co/facs/longitudinal-study/ at 2.55pm, 27 September to watch the session. Note the stream works best when opened in Google Chrome.
For more information about the live stream, contact Danika Koop, FACS Analysis and Research at Danika.Koop@facs.nsw.gov.au