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This report provides an overview of permanency planning and long-term care for children in out-of-home care, noting current concepts and describing available data and development work being undertaken to improve national reporting.
The importance of achieving permanency for children and young...
This is the seventeenth annual comprehensive report on child protection, and for the first time includes: unique counts of children receiving child protection services in each jurisdiction; the number of substantiations per child; co-occurring types of abuse and neglect; socioeconomic status; and 'average day' measures....
This report is based on information from three national child protection data collections – child protection notifications, investigations and substantiations; children on care and protection orders; and children in out-of-home care – made each year by the AIHW from the community services departments in each...
During 2015–16, 162,175 (30.2 per 1,000) Australian children received child protection services (investigation, care and protection order and/or were in out-of-home care).
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were seven times as likely as non-Indigenous children to have received child protection services.
The first annual report on the health indicators in the Indigenous Early Childhood Development National Partnership Agreement finds areas of improvement in the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and mothers including:a 46% decline in infant mortality for...