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New directions: services responding to a changing landscape
 

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Rob Lake reflects on the changes and maps out potential responses in his presentation at the AFAO Positive Services Forum 2012.

Rob Lake reflects on the changes and maps out potential responses in his presentation at the AFAO Positive Services Forum 2012.

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    New directions: services responding to a changing landscape New directions: services responding to a changing landscape Presentation Transcript

    • new directionsresponding to a changing landscape
    • changing Needs Ways of engaging with clients Demands Expectations from government
    • responding Different service approaches Keeping what works, building other services Communicating the significance of changes in treatments Using the tools we have, particularly peer work, in both support and education Integrating work to identify and challenge stigma into general work, not an add on Identifying and challenging discrimination ,supporting clients to do so
    • what do we need Evaluation to consider which approaches work (and which don’t) and what we can learn from others. Places to share this learning Using research to help answer these questions Using evidence from research and evaluations to build strong arguments for funding Demonstration style projects
    • resourcing it Identify policy approaches that situate us in emerging areas- National Preventative Health Authority, NDIS, Medicare Locals Aged care and health models, EACH, etc Locate our clients clearly in relevant government policy and strategy Partner with providers