Collaborations in Practice: Sexual Safety in Out-Of-Home Care
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse continues to expose and highlight concerning issues, practices and real-life examples where sexual safety for our children in out-of-home care has not been achieved. Alternatively, the commission has evidenced innovative and comprehensive practice responses which in some instances have succeeded in ensuring sexual safety of our most vulnerable children.
ANZATSA's Collaborations in Practice: Sexual Safety in Out-of-Home Care Symposium will be a showcase of theory, practice, innovations and concerns.
The symposium is tailored specifically for all who work in, or are involved in the out-of-home care sector as direct care providers, therapeutic specialists, child protection practitioners, educators, foster carers, kith and kin carers, policy makers and managers.
Attendees will hear from, learn from and interact with the most experienced and well regarded professionals working in this area. Issues emerging from the Royal Commission including eSafety, therapeutic care, child protection, indigenous issues, national and international innovations, education and policy will all be presented.
More information is available on the ANZATSA symposium webpage.