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DONT READ THIS if you have your life sorted!!!

My name is Dillon and I am a young consultant with Create. I was in care for 10 years and was lucky to turn out the way I am. Though I have had a good experience, there have still been many times when I have fallen and needed help, whether it be getting a car and license or a job and a house. That is why I am privileged to talk about a brand new resource to help young people transition to indepe...

Let's Talk Kinship

Guest book review by Annaley Clarke...

In the spotlight with Claire Randall

An interview with Claire Randall...

In the spotlight with Brenda Boustead

An interview with Brenda Boustead...

In the spotlight with Bernadette Burns

An Interview with Bernadette Burns....

View from the frontline with Steve Jacques

This week's View from the Frontline is Steve Jacques.Steve isa Director with Key Assets....

View from the Frontline with Alison Ingram

This week's View from the Frontline is Alison Ingram.Alison iscurrently Child and Youth Practice Lead withAnglicare Southern Queensland....

View from the Frontline with Phil Schultz

This week's View from the Frontline is Phil Schultz,Phil is the Queensland and Northern Territory State Director for Mission Australia (MA)....

View from the Frontline with Professor Bob Lonne

This week's ‘View from the Frontline’ is from Professor Bob Lonne....

View from the Frontline with Cheri Yavu-Kama-Harathunian

This week's ‘View from the Frontline’ is from Cheri Yavu-Kama-Harathunian,also known asAunty Cheri....

View from Frontline with Debra Mainwaring

This week's warrior is Debra Mainwaring. Debra offers us a 'view from the frontline' ais the Principal Psychologist ofCared4 by DJM Psychological Serviceswhich provides services and programs that support the learning and development of vulnerable children, young people, their families, care teams and schools....

View from the Frontline

“I have learnt that families usually know what they need, and what society expects of them – we just have to ask the right questions. “ Debra Doherty...