Safeguarding Children, Young People and People with Disability
CareSouth’s commitment to safeguarding children, young people and people with disability
CareSouth’s Research Practice Briefs
CareSouth’s Policy and Research team are happy to announce the publication of CareSouth’s Research Practice Briefs.
Our Jamberoo Out Of Home Care Fun Day
Children, carers and caseworkers came from far and wide to enjoy CareSouth’s Out-of-Home-Care fun day at Jamberoo earlier in the year.
Our Languages Matter – NAIDOC Week 2017
When considering around 250 Indigenous languages where spoken upon European contact in the eighteenth century, it makes sense that the 2017 NAIDOC theme focuses on the importance of language and the role it plays in cultural identity.
Keeping Children Safe
CareSouth is committed to keeping children, young people and people with disability safe, by promoting a culture in which the safeguarding of those with whom we work is embedded in our policies, procedures, practices and Code of Conduct.
Research Points to the Importance of Keeping Kids Together
Sadly, where a child is removed from their home because their natural parents are struggling to keep them safe and nurtured, there are usually brothers or sisters in the family as well.
CareSouth calls for more families to consider fostering siblings this Families Week
CareSouth is joining with The Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) this National Families Week (May 15-21) in calling for more foster families and potential adoptive parents
CareSouth Champions: Zac's Story
Zac* is 12-years-old and, along with his older brother, cares for his Mum when she goes through bouts of depression.
Enjoying Easter with vulnerable children
School holidays, Easter and chocolate – it can be the triple whammy of triggers for young people who have experienced trauma.
Celebrating World Happiness Day
What is happiness? It is an age old question that we have all asked ourselves at one time or another, devoting countless hours to mulling over the meaning of life.