Prosody is the pitch and tone of the human voice. It is the very essence of connection. Our blog hosts articles and stories dedicated to innovation, research and practice with children and young people.
Doolann Leisha Eatts Because of her, I can.
Glenda Kickett honours her mother, Doolan Leisha Eatts. A strong a strong Whadjuk and Ballardong woman raised on a mission in Western Australian. Doolan overcame much to raise her siblings, her children and serve her community as an elder and keeper of culture and language. Glenda has taken the opportunity offered by NAIDOC week 2018 to share why she celebrates her Mum, knowing that it is because of her, that she can.Read More
Healing the Past by Nurturing the Future
A new Aboriginal-led project aims to learn how to identify and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents who have experienced complex trauma in their own childhoods.Read More
National Reconciliation Week 2018
Today is the beginning of National Reconciliation Week, which encourages us to reflect on our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Peoples of this land and non-Indigenous peoples.Read More
Understanding and Applying the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle
SNAICC discuss and share their recently launched resource guide to the implementation of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle (ATSICPP).Read More
Bringing Them Home 20 years on: an action plan for healing
Today marks the 21st anniversary of the Bringing Them Home: Report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families.Read More
Looking forward – a commitment to better outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people.
An exploration of the 6 principles the Australian Childhood Foundation has committed to in support of better outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people.Read More
Kinship and Relative Carers – Part 2
The second in a two-part series looking at Kinship Carers, this time looking at the support needs of Aboriginal kinship carers.Read More