Tim G. Moore


A trained teacher and psychologist, Dr Tim Moore conducts research and project work at CCCH aimed at improving early childhood services and regularly consults with state and federal governments and non-government organisations on best practice.
A frequent speaker at conferences and seminars, Dr Moore is lead writer on many of CCCH's reports, conference papers and policy briefs and also develops training and resource packages for early childhood and family support services. 
Dr Moore has worked as an educational and developmental psychologist for over 30 years, both in Australia and England, in a variety of mainstream and specialist settings. In particular, he has had a long involvement in the development and delivery of early childhood intervention services for young children with developmental disabilities and their families. 
Further information about Tim Moore (Key Work Areas and Publications 2000 onwards) (84)

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Working paper

31 May 2016

A major thrust of policy and practice within human services in recent years has been the implementation of evidence-based practices. However, despite the wide-spread use of such evidence-based programs and strategies, we are not always getting the kind of results we would expect when we...

Literature review

4 Nov 2014

The evidence summary begins by considering the importance of place. This leads to a discussion of why different approaches to services and service delivery are required, including a brief description of recent changes in the conditions in which families are raising young children and the...

Conference paper

25 Jul 2014


This paper is based on a presentation at a Centre for Community Child Health seminar devoted to a consideration of the Productivity Commission’s Draft Report on Child Care and Early Childhood Learning. The aim of the paper was to present a succinct summary...

Briefing paper

1 Jul 2014

This policy brief explores four key issues pertaining to the future of early childhood education and care in Australia: the importance of early childhood, quality early childhood education and care, service integration, and the inclusion of children with disability and developmental delays.


Research report

9 Oct 2013

The Benevolent Society has released a report to mark its 200th Anniversary that sounds a serious warning about the wellbeing of Australia’s children, and unsustainable future costs to fix social problems which can be prevented by more investment in support for families during children’s early...

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