The Common Approach training
Rockhampton – 10 May 2017

Every Child CQ partnered with ARACY to provide training in The Common Approach. Underpinned by four key evidence-based practices (holistic, strengths-based, working in partnership and child-centred) the Common Approach helps practitioners to quickly identify strengths to address clients’ needs, think holistically about child and family wellbeing, improve family relationships and referral pathways, increase the level of support and follow up for vulnerable families and practitioners’ awareness of their role in preventing abuse and neglect, and facilitates better wellbeing outcomes for the client.

Inaugural Progress Report
31 March 2017

Every Child CQ’s Community Leadership Board believes we can create lasting change. We are committed to embracing new wisdom, ideas and experience to move towards creating a positive impact in Central Queensland.

The Report outlines what we have achieved so far and what lies ahead for this long-term initiative.

View the Report online.

 

 

 

 

Rosemary Brown appointed as Coordinator of Every Child CQ
27 March 2017

Rosemary has extensive experience working with individuals, families and community based service providers, in both non-government organisations, and as the Clinical Manager of the Drug Treatment Unit in New Zealand’s largest men’s prison. She established and managed a consultancy business in 2005, which she successfully maintained until moving to Australia in 2014. Over the last few years, she has has been coordinating child-focused family violence responses and service delivery initiatives in the Logan area.

Her expertise includes working directly with clients in a counselling and mentoring role, designing specific interventions, leading organisational change and facilitating workforce development initiatives.

Rosemary holds a Bachelor of Social Science, a Postgraduate Diploma in Maori Health and a Graduate Certificate in Supervision. She has also expanded beyond traditional education and is a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and a certified Multiple Brain Coach (MBit).

‘For the last two years we have been laying the foundations for the work required’, said the Chair of Every Child CQ, Mick Shearer. ‘Rosemary will take a lead role in progressing the next phase of developing and implementing key actions and engaging extensively with our partners, stakeholders and communities. The Board is very pleased to have someone of Rosemary’s skill and experience employed locally to drive this important initiative.’

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this country and recognise their connection to land, wind, water and community. We pay our respect to them, their cultures, and to the Elders both past and present.