Family Footprints Program
All Family Footprints Practitioners (FFP) as part of the Family Services Education Team provide a variety of services including;
Implementation of prevention and early Intervention programs for children 0-12 years and their families across the activity locations.
- Peer support groups for parents and carers (with a mentoring component)
- Child Focused small group parenting programs (focus on ‘vulnerable and at risk families’ with complex needs).
- Individualised tailored in-home and outreach parenting education. Including social media and web-based resources to deliver information about children’s development and parenting skills for families unable to or chose not to participate face to face.
- Direct support to children and young people (in partnerships with schools)
- Host forums for community and /or services to construct greater access to and more integrated services for families.
Aboriginal Family Footprints Practitioners
The primary focus of the Aboriginal Family Footprints Practitioner (AFFP) is the collaboration with ‘Tirkandi Inaburra Cultural and Development Centre’ in the provision of aftercare support and capacity building to young men 12-15 and their families.
The AFFP works closely with Tirkandi Inaburra staff to ensure warm smooth exit processes and collaborative follow-up processes for young men and their families.
A secondary focus will be implementation of prevention and early Intervention programs for children 0-12 years and their families across the activity locations.
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