On 14 July, staff from our Marion office took part in an International Children’s Day celebration at Hackham West Community Centre. Continue Reading
Children & Young People
A new website developed by Relationships Australia (SA) has been launched this week, offering expert advice and practical tips to help tackle video game obsession in young people. Continue Reading
Nearly half of all parent relationships in Australia end in separation. Children don’t always know how they feel about the separation and many will experience a mixture of conflicting emotions.
Clear as Mud helps children and young people make sense of parent separation. Continue Reading
Together4Kids (T4K), Relationships Australia (SA)’s service dedicated to homeless families, was recently evaluated by the sector, in order to find out more about the sector’s experiences in engaging with T4K services, including referring clients and taking part in professional development training. Continue Reading
- Are you a gamer into online gaming – solo, co-op or multiplayer?
- Have you levelled up at least one toon/avatar in your favourite game(s)?
- Are you based in the Adelaide metro area?
- Will you still be 17 or younger by 30 June 2014? Continue Reading
Relationships Australia (SA) has endorsed ‘The Charter of Rights for Children in Care’, confirming how important the interests of children are to our organisation.
Our Research and Evaluation team has recently developed and started piloting an exciting new tool that allows us to discover vital information about our clients’ health and wellbeing.
The tool, currently known as PACES, follows on from our previous work in risk assessment, which included the development of the Detection of Overall Risk Screen (DOORS). Continue Reading
The CREATE Report Card 2013, was launched on 1 March in Sydney and presents the views gathered from over 1000 children and young people in out-of-home care on what’s working well and where there is room for improvement. Continue Reading
The ‘Walking on eggshells…’ are resources for parents and carers who are dealing with violent and abusive behaviour from their children and adolescents.
The information and advice booklet and fold up card offer suggestions and resources as well as support and advice to families in South Australia dealing with violent and abusive behaviour from their children.