Vietnamese
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Topic "Children And Family Services" in Vietnamese - total 24 documents

Title: Care by secretary order
Summary: An outline of: what a 'Care by Secretary Order' is; how long it lasts; living arrangements for its duration; young people's rights and responsibilities and where to get help.

Title: Child care subsidy (bilingual version)
Summary: Child Care Subsidy helps with the cost of approved child care. This information sheet lists the eligibility criteria you must meet.

Title: Child, family and relationship services
Summary: This translated, subtitled video outlines the family support services available to help parents raise their children. It emphasises the creation of a safe and nurturing environment for children as a priority and provides information on the kinds of supports that are available to children, their parents and carers in Victoria.

Title: Children's court for parents
Summary: This factsheet explains what happens in the children's court, as well as young people's rights and responsibiliities.

Title: Children's court for young people
Summary: This information sheet explains what the children's court does.

Title: Contact for parents and guardians
Summary: This sheet contains information for parents and guardians about contact with their child while not in their care. It explains what contact is for and how it is arranged

Title: Emergency care: information for parents when a child has been placed in emergency care
Summary: This information sheet provides information for parents about their child being placed in emergency care.

Title: Emergency care: information for young people placed in emergency care
Summary: This fact sheet provides information to a young person about being placed in emergency care by a child protection practitioner.

Title: First child protection worker visit
Summary: This factsheet explains what to expect when a child protection worker visits your home.

Title: FKA children's services bicultural support program
Summary: FKA Children’s Services is an organisation which is funded by the government to provide support for all child care services.This support is to assist child care staff to provide programs which meet children’s cultural and language needs.

Title: Glossary of terms - child, family and relationship services
Summary: This glossary is designed to help you understand the technical terms related to child, family and relationship services in Victoria. In particular, it explains the terms used in the ‘Child, family and relationship services’ video. It may also help the work of interpreters in this area.

Title: Kids in care - community services want to talk about my kids- what will happen? 1
Summary: This brochure explains what will happen when Community Services want to talk about your children.

Title: Kids in care - going to the childrens court 2
Summary: This brochure explains what will happen when Community Services remove your children from your care.

Title: Kids in care - the childrens court made a decision I am unhappy about - what can I do? 4
Summary: This brochure explains how to make an appeal against a decision from the Children's Court.

Title: Kids in care - things have changed and I want my kids back - what can I do? 3
Summary: If you think things have changed since the Children’s Court made orders, you can make an application to the Children’s Court for the orders to be changed (‘variation’) or cancelled (‘rescission’). These are called ‘section 90’ applications.

Title: Kids in care - what happens when my kids are in care? 5
Summary: The brochure explains what happens when the Court places your kids under the care of Community Services.

Title: Parent-professional partnerships
Summary: Partnerships between parents and child care professionals ensure better results for everyone. However, it isn’t always easy to make partnerships happen. This brochure discusses why.

Title: Promoting social attention, interaction and communication skills
Summary: This booklet is designed for interacting with children aged 11 months and 30 months. Young children are constantly learning. They learn from interactions with other people. If a child has difficulties with their social attention, interaction and communication skills, their ability to learn from others is affected.

Title: Starting in early childhood services for children learning English as an Additional Language
Summary: This resource talks about early childhood services, the role of Educators and ways parents can support their children to settle in.

Title: The orange door
Summary: The document provides key information about The Orange Door, a new way to access services for women, children and young people who are experiencing family violence; and families who need support with the care of children or young people.

Title: When child protection workers visit
Summary: This factsheet explains what to expect when child protection staff visit your home.

Title: When children are learning more than one language
Summary: This brochure emphasises the benefits of children learning more than one language.

Title: Why play is important
Summary: Play is more than just for babies and children. It's how they learn and develop. Playing with your child is one of the most important things you can do

Title: Your baby and the first few weeks (video)
Summary: Information to help you in the early weeks with your baby, including health checks, support services and goverment paperwork.

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