Children & families research
Mission Australia commenced an impact measurement pilot to better understand how our services contributed to clients’ journeys towards independence. The pilot was designed to inform funders and donors on program outcomes and Mission Australia on the effectiveness of its services.
Findings of the Families at the Centre research project, a study on how early childhood education and care (ECEC) fits into the lives of low-income families.
This report was initiated and directed by the Child, Youth and Family Alliance Ipswich and West Moreton (CYFA). It informs the way forward for all levels of government and non-government organisations, as well as community, family, child and youth support networks to promote the health and wellbeing of children and young people within the Ipswich and West Moreton region.
This report reinforces the importance of the transition to school for children from families with complex support needs. For all children and families, particularly those with complex needs, it is a time of opportunity and vulnerability.
In 2011 Sinclair Consultants Pty Ltd completed a review of the Making Money Count.financial capability program. Action research was chosen as the evaluation approach, as it builds on the project and the program facilitators' knowledge and skills.
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