Impact of Neglect on Our Children – CALD Focus
February 15 @ 8:45 am - 4:00 pm
This workshop will explore working with families from CALD communities to consider parenting within a cultural context. This exploration will support an understanding of the factors that help to identify parenting practices, care that is ‘good enough’ as well as parenting and care of children that fits within the continuum of neglect.
How do we engage in conversations around the care and safety of children with CALD parents in ways that offer support?
This workshop addresses the different types of impact and neglect to enable workers to identify and respond effectively. The day will also provide an opportunity to explore and practice skills in engaging parents in culturally informed and respectful conversations that aim to support parents to provide the level of care and protection children require for positive development.
Who should attend this workshop?
For family workers, teachers, school counsellors, early childhood workers, youth workers, health workers – for all who are working with families and children.
Tricia Williams and hasworked within the community services sector for the past 25 years. Her passion has always been, and continues to be, her work to support the safety and protection of children and young people.
Over the years she has been fortunate to have held numerous roles within child sexual assault, child protection and family violence specific services within both NGOs and Family and Community Services.
Since 2008 her work is largely facilitating training for NSW statutory child protection caseworkers as well as the delivery of a range of child protection / trauma informed training programs for NGO staff working with families where there are child protection concerns.
Members: $93.50; Non-Members: $154.00. Morning tea and lunch provided. Please advise of special dietary needs, or other needs when you register online.
Giodhini Sivaraj, ph 9620 6172 or email email@example.com