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Type: Report
Title: Practice standards for working with children and young people who have lived with domestic violence
Authors: [compiled by] Leslie Gevers Community Management Services
Keywords: Impact on children and young people;CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse);Standards;Disability
Year: 1999
Publisher: Dept. of Families, Youth and Community Care
Notes:  Kids & DV project
Practice standards developed by the Kids & DV project (an initiative of the Queensland Department of Families, Youth and Community Care) as a guide to assist in the development of good practice in services for children/young people who have lived with domestic violence.
Contents:  Introduction
Working with client groups with specific issues
Children and young people living with domestic violence - implications for practice
The practice standards
Principle 2: Services are culturally relevant
Principle 3: Services are accessible
Principle 4: Services have a child centred focus
Principle 5: Services ensure the safety of children/young people
Principle 6: Service providers respect client's rights
Principle 7: Services providers co-ordinate with other relevant agencies
Principle 8: Services are effectively managed
Principle 9: Services have effective staff
Principle 10: Services are continually improving
Bibliography and references
Checklist for the implementation of the practice standards.
ISBN: 9780724283217
Physical description: vi, 83, A4 p. : ill., (some col.) ; 30 cm.
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