Supporting children experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV) through developing a child-informed, child-centred practice approach in DFV shelters

Supporting children experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV) through developing a child-informed, child-centred practice approach in DFV shelters

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Kristen Natalier Funding Amount : $87,628 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: This research will develop and evaluate a child-informed, child-centred practice approach, to strengthen the impact of domestic and family
Family and domestic violence in migrant and refugee communities – amplifying children’s voices and empowering communities in South Australia

Family and domestic violence in migrant and refugee communities – amplifying children’s voices and empowering communities in South Australia

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Anna Ziersch Funding Amount : $99,978 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Exposure to family and domestic violence (FDV) has negative mental health and developmental impacts for children that extend
Out-of-home care is not one thing: effects of complex care patterns on health, development and welfare outcomes

Out-of-home care is not one thing: effects of complex care patterns on health, development and welfare outcomes

Chief Investigator: Dr Dandara Haag Funding Amount: $99,789 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview: Out-of-home care (OOHC) experiences have significant implications on life outcomes. Early entry, while associated with longer-term stability, can lead
Novel linkage to study childhood disability and the genetic and non-genetic causes of cerebral palsy

Novel linkage to study childhood disability and the genetic and non-genetic causes of cerebral palsy

Chief Investigator: Dr Jesia Berry Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Community Based Study. Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $96,480 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview:
Children’s problematic sexual behaviour in schools: Identifying and addressing collaborative responses to incidents

Children’s problematic sexual behaviour in schools: Identifying and addressing collaborative responses to incidents

Chief Investigator: Dr Lesley-anne Ey Research Area: Improving child protection and its effects. Community-based study. Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $99,919 Recipient: University of South Australia Overview: Problematic sexual behaviour