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Title Practice standards for working with children and young people who have lived with domestic violence /[compiled by] Leslie Gevers Community Management Services
Published Brisbane : Dept. of Families, Youth and Community Care, 1999


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 MELB  362.76709943 Les/Psf  AVAILABLE
Description vi, 83 pages, A4 pages : illustrations, (some color) ; 30 cm
regular print
Series Partnerships against domestic violence
Partnerships against domestic violence
Contents Introduction -- Background -- Terminology -- 'Children/young people who have lived with domestic violence' -- 'Child/young person' -- 'Client' -- 'Domestic violence' -- 'Family' -- 'Family violence' -- 'Parent' -- Working with client groups with specific issues -- Working with people from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Backgrounds -- Working with people of non-English speaking background -- Working with people with disabilities -- Working with people with mental health issues -- Working with people in rural and remote locations -- Working with perpetrators of domestic violence -- Children and young people living with domestic violence - implications for practice -- Domestic violence as a form of child abuse -- Research findings -- The effect of domestic violence on children and young people -- Protective factors and risk factors -- Recommended interventions -- Outcomes for children/young people -- Outcomes for children and young people -- Outcomes for families -- The practice standards -- Principle 1. Service providers work within a framework of domestic violence which acknowledges power and gender issues -- Principle 2. Services are culturally relevant -- Principle 3. Services are accessible -- Principle 4. Services have a child centred focus -- Principle 5. Services ensure the safety of children/young people -- Principle 6. Service providers respect client's rights -- Principle 7. Service providers coordinate with other relevant agencies -- Principle 8. Services are effectively managed -- Principle 9. Services have effective staff -- Principle 10. Services are continually improving. a
Summary Practice standards for working with children and young people who have lived with domestic violence /[compiled by] Leslie Gevers Community Management Services. (Partnerships against domestic
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 81-82
Notes Also available on the Internet at:
"Funding for this publication was provided by the Commonwealth Government as a result of agreements reached by all heads of Government in 1997 to work cooperatively on the "Partnership against domestic violence" initiative"--T.P verso
Commonwealth of Australia
Subject Abused children -- Services for -- Australia -- Queensland.
Children and violence -- Australia -- Queensland -- Prevention.
Children of abused wives -- Services for -- Australia -- Queensland.
Family violence -- Australia -- Queensland -- Prevention.
Victims of family violence -- Services for -- Australia -- Queensland.
Author Queensland. Department of Families, Youth and Community Care.
Leslie Gevers Community Management Services
Partnerships Against Domestic Violence (Australia)
ISBN 0724283218