A good start in Life : Nau te rourou, naku te rourou, ka ora te iwi : Summary Report (Aug 2016-Oct 2017) /
Contributor(s): Ellis, Megan | Bell, Jennifer | Chamberlain, Kim.Wellington, NZ : What It Takes - Aotearoa/NZ 2017Description: 46 pages : colour illustrations : 30 cm.Subject(s): DISABILITY | CHILDREN | SUPPORT SERVICES | FAMILY SUPPORT | SOCIAL POLICY | PARTNERSHIPS | BARRIERS | FACILITATORS | EMPATHY | NEW ZEALAND | DISABILITY ACTION PLAN | FAMILY PARTNERSHIP MODEL (FPM) | MY WORKING WORLD (MWW) | ADOLESCENT MENTALIZATION-BASED INTEGRATIVE THERAPY (AMBIT)
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Background. - A Good Start in Life context. - Why we need to do things differently. - How partnering will help. - My Working World : Empathy Guided Partnership across the Network. - HOW. - methodology : Action research across the cohorts. - Data collection across the cohorts. - WHAT. - Three cohorts. - LEARNED. What are the barriers and enablers in partnering? - Practicing Patnership in the real world: 3 examples. WhAT NOW. - Bibliography. - End notes.
"Government wants to partner with parents, whanau, service providers and professionals to realise an effective support system for whanau parenting young children with disabilities. To this end, the Ministry of Education is leadimg a collaborative cross-government project called A Good Start in Life... which aims to develop policy options to improve government supports for parents, family and whanau with disabled children aged 0-8 years." - BACKGROUND