National Conference on Keeping Kids Safe and Connected

Date: 
April 24, 2013 - April 25, 2013
Location: 
Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver, B.C.
Champions for Children and Youth 2013 B.C. Summit: A National Conference on Keeping Kids Safe and Connected April 24/25, 2013 – Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver   Summit Themes: - Behaviour modeling - Cultivating child-friendly communities - Bully proofing - Roles of government and institutions in youth safety - Needs of Aboriginal children and youth in the community   Click here for more information. Click here for conference flyer.   Brought to you by:        


Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare Final Report

The Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare (CECW) has been one of four Centres of Excellence for Children’s Well-Being, established in 2000 as an initiative of the Public Health Agency of Canada
Report
2010
CECW
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Your Children's Aid

The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS) released a report on the well-being of children in care in Ontario.
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OACAS
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2010
OACAS
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Building a Future Together: Issues and Outcomes for Transitioned-Aged Youth

This report proposes a comprehensive and evidence- based framework as the basis for our planning and work with youth in care.
Author(s): 
Carrie Reid and Peter Dudding
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In partnership with the Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare and the National Youth in Care Network
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Stepping Stones: Life Skills Workshops for Youth Leaving Care. A Facilitator’s Guide

Stepping Stones is based on a workshop series developed and facilitated with youth in and from care through the Supporting Young People’s Transitions from Government Care project.
Author(s): 
Deborah Rutman, Carol Hubberstey and April Feduniw
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University of Victoria
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When Youth Age Out of Care - Where to from there?

Based on a three-year longitudinal study and presents findings from 4 waves of interviews.
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