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    • Family by Family responds to “resources tend toresearch that shows families multiply, just aswith more internal resources(e.g. optimism) and externalresources (e.g. informalsocial support) are better stressors tend toable to manage stress &move forward. These multiply…”resources are often referredto as protective factors.Arney, F. and Scott, D. 2010. Working with Berry, M. 1997. The family at risk: Issues and trends invulnerable families: A partnership approach. family preservation services. Columbia: University ofCambridge University Press.  South Carolina Press.
    • The literature also tells usthat informal social supports- and the skills & experiencesgood support enables - areimportant aspects ofeffective parentinginterventions and evidencedstrategies for responding tostress and trauma.Bromfield, L., Lamont, A., et. al. 2010."Issues for the safety and wellbeing ofchildren & families with multiple and complexproblems." NCPC Issues, Issue 33. 
    • The human, economic and socialcosts of not responding to stressand trauma are very high.Children that live amongststressors like family breakdown,social isolation, domestic violence,child abuse and neglect, addiction,and mental illness are more likelyto have poor outcomes inadolescence and adulthood.The annual price tag on childabuse and neglect in Australia is Valentine, K. and Katz, I. 2007. "Cost$1,944m. effectiveness of early intervention programs for Queensland." Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW.
    • New research tells us thatsocial capital in Australia is australians have 3on the decline. That means fewer neighbours theyfamilies are less likely tohave those informal social could drop in on than insupports. the 1980s australians have fewer trusted friends than in the 1980s
    • Family by Family brokers &builds informal socialsupports. Our hunch is thatthrough good social support,families’ goals, motivations, theory of changeand behaviours can start toshift.
    • Text link-ups That... Build new seeking sharing relationships Identifying, training & employing Model thriving families families behaviours + families that have come through crisis Broker families to new people and places Experience Experience Matching them changes in: changes in: with families Enable family-led change - Family goals - Family goals + seeking change - Family attitudes - Family attitudes - Family behaviours - Family behaviours - Social networks - Social networksFamily by Family responds to research that shows families with more internal Weekly peerresources and optimism) and external resources (e.g. social support) are- Skills learning (e.g. professional - Job readinessbetter able to manage stress & avert crisis. coaching - Family income
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