Igniting Brains for Leadership

Amazing … Exhausting … Inspiring … These are just some of the words participants currently undertaking ACWA’s Community Leadership Program (CLP) have used to described the latest session in their nine-month leadership and development journey. The three-day Igniting Brains for Leadership workshop, led by dynamic executive coach Maryanne Perry, proved to be an informative and […]

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New Aftercare Resources

ACWA’s Transition to Independence Forum (TIF) has developed a series of resources to support the sector and raise awareness of transitioning from care services in NSW, both what is available and the gaps that still need addressing. The three resources include: Service Profiles Service Area Map displaying aftercare services available to any young person who has […]

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New Guidelines for Leaving and Aftercare Assistance

FACS has unveiled changes to the Guidelines for the provision of assistance after leaving out-of-home care. According to FACS, changes have been made to strengthen the leaving care planning process and to remove potential barriers to aftercare support. Key changes to note include: It has been emphasised that leaving care planning is to commence at 15 years […]

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Q&A With Bob Mulcahy, ACWA Chair

Bob Mulcahy was appointed ACWA Chair in December 2016. He shares his thoughts on his time in the role so far and about what lies ahead: Q: Could you provide us an overview of your professional background. My career started in Banking and Finance, during which time I studied Accounting and later completed an MBA […]

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