Early in life outcomes of children of mothers with child protection system involvement. What factors are protective and what factors predict poorer infant outcomes?

Chief Investigator: Professor Leonie Segal Research Area: Improving child protection and its effects. Community Based Study. Funding Year: 2020 Funding Amount: $99,997 Recipient: University of South Australia Overview: Child maltreatment

Social welfare dependency and receipt of welfare benefits following child abuse and neglect: a South Australian linked data study

Chief Investigator: Emmanuel Gnanamanickam (Early Career Researcher) Research Area: Improving child protection and its effects. Community-based study Funding Amount: $40,000 Recipient: University of South Australia Overview: Early-life adverse experiences, of

“Switching ON Participation” : Evaluation of the measurement properties of the Switch Access Measure (SAM-2) and its potential as a clinically-informative outcome assessment for children who have complex physical disabilities.

Chief Investigator: Toan Nguyen Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Clinical Study Funding Amount: $74,598 Recipient: Novita Children’s Services Overview: Effective assistive technology (AT)

Multimodal storytelling for life: Building literacies and numeracies for agentive futures

Chief Investigator: Kerrie Mackey-Smith Research Area: Understanding the social determinants of childhood health and development. Community-based study Funding Amount: $87,317 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Young children’s literacy and numeracy capabilities

Can robotic technology assist children with cerebral palsy after botulinum toxin injection?

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Remo Russo Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Clinical Study Funding Amount: $94,724 Recipient: Women’s and Children’s Health Network Overview:

Understanding outcomes in child protection: Exploring a capability approach to change the conversation for Aboriginal families

Chief Investigator: Dr Michelle Jones Research Area: Improving child protection and its effects. Community Based Study Funding Amount: $93,258 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Aboriginal children are over-represented in child protection