List: Standards, Policies & Instruments
Key expectations of DCJ practitioners and leaders in their work with children, their parents and families/kin.
Standards which support a dual accreditation process for agencies providing statutory OOHC and adoption services.
A carer guide with basic information about which decisions are made by the carer and which need to be made by the agency.
Outlines the general rights and responsibilities of every child and young person in OOHC. These rights reflect the rights of all children.
The Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 requires that these rights are supported by carers and caseworkers.
Guidelines for managing the interface between Early Intervention, Child Protection and OOHC with the NDIS.