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For caseworkers and teachers

Caseworkers

An online caseworker survey is part of the Pathways of Care Longitudinal Study. It is very important that both FACS and NGO-funded service providers are represented in this research study. This feedback loop is critical to ensure OOHC policies, practices and service provision improve child outcomes.

For more detailed information about the study watch the Study video.

Survey details to the final orders cohort (n=2828) was distributed to FACS and NGO caseworkers. Letters  were sent to 151 CSCs and NGO offices across New South Wales.

Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions for information about the caseworker survey.

The caseworker survey was run from May 2015-April 2016, with a total of 1625 surveys completed. This survey is now closed.

Childcare and school teachers

An online teacher survey is part of the Pathways of Care Longitudinal Study. It is very important to hear from teachers about how the children and young people are going at childcare and school.

For more detailed information about the study watch the Study video.

A total of 771 of 1,789 childcare and school teachers completed the on-line survey during Wave 2 to Wave 4. The cross-sectional survey commenced in November 2013 and ended in November 2018. This survey is now closed.

Written consent for the teacher (childcare or school) was provided by the child/young person’s caregiver.

Information about the online survey:

Contact us


FACS Insights, Analysis and Research who are leading the study:
Phone: 1800-997-960
Email: Pathways@facs.nsw.gov.au

I-view who are conducting the interviews:
Web page: www.iview.com.au
Phone: 1800-105-088

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Last updated: 24 Sep 2019