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Myfanwy McDonald

Report

Legally minded: understanding how legal intervention can improve the lives of people with mental ill-health

This report presents the research findings and discussion drawn from eight interviews with Northern Community Legal Centre (NCLC) clients experiencing mental ill-health to explore the perceived impact of legal intervention on their lives.
Guide

Sharing information with parents about children’s social and emotional wellbeing: a step-by-step approach

This paper outlines the nine key steps that practitioners can follow to ensure the information they provide to parents about child mental health is high-quality, useful and relevant to their family’s circumstances.
Guide

Why is it difficult for parents to talk to practitioners about their children’s mental health?

This paper is about why it is difficult for some parents to talk to practitioners about their children’s mental health and what practitioners can do to make it easier for parents to have those conversations.
Literature review

Sustained nurse home visiting for families and children

This literature review investigates service delivery processes and strategies that are associated with better engagement of and outcomes for families and children who are experiencing adversity (often referred to as “vulnerable”). It was undertaken to inform the development of an Australian sustained nurse home visiting...
Report

Using the Family Partnership Model to engage communities

The Family Partnership Model (FPM) is an evidence-based approach to working with families that has played a central role in the inception, design, planning and delivery of 12 integrated Child and Family Centres (CFCs) in Tasmania. The Model is founded upon a respect for an...