Good Practice 2013

A CALL FOR STORIES FOR PUBLICATION IN CHILD PROTECTION
WEEK, SEPTEMBER 2nd 2013

Everywhere, every day, throughout the State, good practice happens,
quietly, unassumingly, often hidden from view and unacknowledged.

This is your opportunity to share your story and to celebrate individual,
team and program achievements, and innovative practice in your Division; to
reflect on the turning point that brought effective change and hope to the
lives of the children and families with whom you work.

The Office of Professional Practice would like to capture your words and
the words and experiences of the children, young people and families with
whom you work. Stories from children, young people and parents about their
experiences with your service and drawings by children and young people
which give life to the story, are welcomed.

If you have a good practice story to share, please discuss your proposal
with your Manager, Principal Practitioner or your Divisional Agency
Connections contact in the first instance.

Stories should be a maximum of 1,000 words in length.

If you have a good practice story to share email:
judith.rose@dhs.vic.gov.au

To meet publication deadlines stories must be received by Friday 10 July.

Nb: All stories will be subject to a selection & editing process prior to
publishing.

We look forward to receiving good practice stories from your Division.

For your information please refer to the attached link for the 2012 Good
Practice publication.

Good Practice – A Statewide Snapshot 2012

Best wishes,
Robyn Miller

 

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