Presentations

Presentations

Sibling relationships and connection in out-of-home care


Dr Trish McCluskey, for FACS NSW Practice Conference

In this presentation, Dr McCluskey outlines the importance of sibling relationships, particularly for children in out-of-home care, and the implications for sibling research, policy, practice and legislation.
Sibling relationships and connection in out-of-home care presentation




The Therapeutic Treatment Board, Victoria’s response to children and young people who engage in Sexually Abusive Behaviors


Trish McCluskey, Berry Street, Karen Sutherland, Lisa Rodda

This presentation outlines Victoria’s response to children and young people who engage in sexually abusive behaviors, outlining the legislative and policy context. The presentation includes case examples and outcomes.
Therapeutic Treatment Board response presentation




Traumatised children’s view of their social world: Application of the Social Network Map for children who have experienced abuse and neglect


Annette Jackson, Take Two Berry Street, Margarita Frederico, La Trobe University, Carly Black, Jane Harrison, Trish McCluskey, Take Two Berry Street,

This presentation outlines the context for how Take Two came to use the Social Network Map as part of its outcomes framework; why we try to measure social networks in the first place; the process of using this approach with children and the early data available as a result, with some reference to more recent data. We finish by discussing the learnings about the measure itself as well as what we have learnt from the children.
Traumatised children’s view of their social world presentation




Building a bridge between vulnerable families and the mainstream early education and care sector


Joanna Bock, Berry Street

This presentation outlines the Berry Street’s commitment to the early years particularly focusing on the aims and features of the ELF program.
Building a Bridge PowerPoint presentation
Building a Bridge presentation notes



Berry Street was first established on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, past and present, and to all the traditional custodians of land throughout Australia.