We are keen to receive papers which explore and address innovative ideas which respond to the needs of vulnerable children and families in the community.
We encourage submissions from a range of organisations and individuals who can contribute to our knowledge of current practices and interventions which are making the lives of vulnerable children and families better. The conference will explore how we build services around clients in a changing, complex world.
Presentation styles offered:
- Oral presentations
- Interactive workshops
- Poster presentations
Abstracts can be submitted which address the following four key sub-theme areas:
• Cultural responsiveness and awareness
• Early intervention
• Measuring change in the context of challenge
• Workforce development
Abstracts will be peer reviewed by the Conference Program sub-committee. The committee reserves the right to decide the format of the presentations and in which stream they will be presented on the basis of time and space available.
Abstracts should be a maximum of 250 words.