Communities and Justice

Practice Framework Standards - Family Resource

The Practice Framework Standards set out what is expected of DCJ practitioners in how they work with children, their families and community.

Enacting children and young people's rights.
Cultural safe practice with Aboriginal community.
Culturally safe practice with diverse communities.
Writing and talking with children and families.
Nurturing the child's lifelong belonging.
Holistic assessment.
Critical reflection to improve outcomes.
Building relationships that support change.
Learning from critique.
Collaborating as a team around the child.
Leading effective practice.
We use legislation and policies to guide how we work with children and families.
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Last updated:

28 May 2024