ac.care, Murraylands, Aspire Children’s Development and Wellbeing Program, Communities for Children: Final Report
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Introduction: The evaluation of one of the programs provided by the Communities for Children initiative (CfC) is presented here. This ac.care Murraylands commissioned report is divided into five sections. The first section presents the background information on the CfC Initiative including an outline of the demographic and epidemiological outcomes for children in the Murraylands Rural Region. Additionally, the introduction outlines some of the theoretical basis for the models of care and the therapeutic models of care that are common in all the programs provided. Subsequent sections provide the therapeutic models of care specific to the program provided by the organisation or service. The report also provides a conclusion for each program type; i.e. the program provided to parents and children, and the program provided to staff/workers in the Murraylands Rural Region, and the conclusion for the evaluation research project.
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