Model of care
The health, safety and well-being of children and young people are central to our model of care.
Young people are represented within their family whilst giving importance to each family’s context, providing care that strengthens families, and encouraging family connectedness that all of our care programs aspire to achieve.
Our care services are also represented within a community context to enable the development and strengthening of community/kinship connections. Children, young people and their families are represented within their broader community, reflecting the significance of culture, customs, language, ethnicity and other supports and connections. A range of care services are available to meet the specific needs of individuals, including assessment and intervention services, supported independent living services, residential care, foster/kinship care, and intensive foster care.