Centre/VicServ forum

In mid-April the Centre and VicServ co-hosted a forum focusing on Working With and Understanding Youth for Integrated Service Delivery in the Community.

The forum attracted a large group to a range of presentations and workshops, with speakers including Dr Sandra Radovini (Director – Mindful/Clinical Director – Headspace), Annete Jackson (Director – Take Two, Berry Street), David Best (Associate Professor, Turning Point) and Amanda Stevenson (Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare).

Amanda spoke about some of the interesting and unexpected discoveries made during the 2012 RCLDS Census, with a group of residential care workers and CSO staff in the audience following closely, and then providing a range of insights during an extensive question and answer session.

                      

 

 

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