Information for participants
Pathways of Care Longitudinal Study collects first hand accounts about the development and well-being of children from 9 months of age.
For birth parents
For more detailed information about the study:
- watch the Study video
- read the brochure
- read the letter of support from AbSec for Aboriginal participants
- refer to the Frequently Asked Questions.
Parents who have had their child(ren) restored will be invited to join in the study and complete a face-to-face interview at 18-24 month intervals during the study.
You will be given a brochure and consent form before each interview. If your child(ren) is older than seven years, you will be given information about the questions in their interview. See the questions given to 7–11 year olds and 12–17 year olds .
The longitudinal study is currently conducting the 5th round of interviews.
- Information statement and consent form for parents
- Questions asked of children aged 7-11 years olds
- Questions asked of children aged 12-17 years olds
- POCLS Useful Contacts
List of useful community and government organisations for people in the study
Where can you get support
Family by Family: A network of families helping other families make changes they want to make in their lives.
Phone in NSW: (02) 9628 5872
Relationships Australia: Relationship support services.
Phone: 1300 364 277
Parent Line: Telephone counselling, information and referral for parents and carers of children 0–18 years in NSW.
Phone : 1300 100 052
FACS Insights, Analysis and Research who are leading the study:
I-view who are conducting the interviews:
Web page: www.iview.com.au