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Service Integration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Early Childhood Development Final Report

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posted on 02.10.2019 by Emma Brathwaite, Christine Horn, KERRY ARABENA, John Burton, TILINI GUNATILLAKE, Emma Beckett, Rachel Atkinson, Morgen Smith
The data collected during the research show that the processes of moving towards an integrated service system are highly relational, with community inclusion, participation and empowerment fundamental to successfully integrating service systems. It also suggests that reorienting service systems to respond to the needs of children and families can support community empowerment, leadership and self-determination (control) provided that: ⊲ the programs are well resourced, with resources going to the right places ⊲ longer term funding is aligned to an organisational strategy ⊲ Aboriginal staff are engaged for longer term contracts and supported to transition into leadership positions ⊲ the leadership and governance structures allow/prioritise community accountabilities.

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This research was supported by a grant from the Lowitja Institute, which operated in partnership with SNAICC and the Indigenous Health Equity Unit at the University of Melbourne under the First 1000 Days Australia initiative

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