Workshop - Protecting children through family inclusion
Family Inclusion Strategies Hunter (FISH) lead this workshop on family involvement
Family inclusion recognises that parents (and other family) do not stop being parents when children are removed. There is an ongoing and crucial role for parents when children are in care and afterwards. This role can never be replaced even when children permanently live away from their family. This workshop will provide evidence based, child focused practical strategies to meaningfully include parents and family in child protection and out of home care practice including hearing and learning directly from parents with lived experience of child removal.
Family Inclusion Strategies in the Hunter (FISH) is a partnership of parents and family with children in care or with a care experience and child protection and out of home care practitioners.