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ChildStory Caring will provide carers access to information about the child or young person in their care.

This can help you:

  • understand the child or young person’s history
  • address specific needs that they may have
  • record important events and milestones for the child or young person
  • arrange family visits online
  • liaise with your FACS caseworker online
  • contribute to the life story work for the child or young person.

Birth parents or a family member of a child or young person in care will also be able to request access to ChildStory Caring.

This can help you:

  • keep track of what meetings you have been invited to attend
  • keep updated with how your child is going
  • liaise with your FACS caseworker online.

Who uses ChildStory Caring?

ChildStory Caring will be for birth parents and carers of children and young people in care.

How can I access ChildStory Caring?

ChildStory Caring will be available in 2019.

Where can I find more information?

Visit the Caring website for more information and useful resources.

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Last updated: 20 Dec 2018
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