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 c...
what do we need Evaluation to consider which approaches work (and  which don’t) and what we can learn from others. Place...
resourcing it Identify policy approaches that situate us in emerging  areas- National Preventative Health Authority, NDIS...
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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.

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New directions: services responding to a changing landscape

  1. 1. new directionsresponding to a changing landscape
  2. 2. changing Needs Ways of engaging with clients Demands Expectations from government
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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

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