Resources and Articles

Behaviour management in out-of-home care

Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in foster care is the highest priority, and appropriate and positive behaviour management strategies should always be implemented.

Survival Day: the long-term impacts of colonisation and assimilation on Aboriginal people in Australia

As another Survival Day approaches, many Aboriginal peoples across the country experience a resurgence of trauma, anger and deep sadness. Here, we discuss the long-term impacts of colonisation and assimilation on Aboriginal people in Australia. | NBAC

Our Elders: Essential to our Community

Our Aboriginal Elders are vital in preserving traditional knowledge, engaging with issues and supporting all those in our community. By supporting them, we are supporting everyone.

Child Protection Week
Every child in our community deserves a fair go

Child Protection Week is a chance to shine a light on the amazing work our team is doing to support Aboriginal children, young people and families. Learn more.

Celebrating Aboriginal fathers

This Father’s Day, let’s celebrate and encourage all the Aboriginal fathers, pops, uncles and carers in our community and address both the barriers and opportunities facing Aboriginal men today. 

How COVID-19 is increasing the ‘digital divide’

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are being disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with an increasing digital divide.

Preparing for a foster placement

Becoming a foster carer can be a life-changing experience for both you and the child in your care. For first-time carers, preparing for a foster placement can seem daunting, so we’ve put together some hints and tricks to help you prepare.

Keeping kids safe online

Keeping kids safe online can be difficult, but if you’re aware of the risks and know how to manage them, you can take advantage of the opportunities presented online.

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