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Co-Designing with parents : A Good Start for Children with Disabilities

Contributor(s): Goodwin, Elizabeth | Scott, Sarah | Carpinter, Adele | Geerkens, Moira | Murray, Sam | Wilson, Josi.
[Wellington, NZ :] Connect+Co 2018Description: 28 pages : colour illustrations : 30 cm.Subject(s): DISABILITY | CHILDREN | SUPPORT SERVICES | FAMILY SUPPORT | EMPATHY | INTERVIEWS | NEW ZEALAND | NEW ZEALAND DISABILITY STRATEGY
Contents:
Introduction. - Approach. - Analysis. - Workshops. -WHAT WE LEARNED. - Key Insights. - Examples of tipping points. - The four groups of parents. - Statutory intervention. - Asian parents. - Pacifika. - Children. - Key learning from the workshops. - Ideas. - Prototypes. - Training and support. - Appointments. - Parent-held information. - Useful information. - A change from looking for risk to supporting parents. - CONCLUSION.
Summary: 'A Good Start in Life is a collaborative, cross-sector project which aims to develop policy options to improve support for parents, family and whanau with disabled children under 6 years of age. It has been established as part of the New Zealand Disability Strategy which is guiding the work of government agencies from 2016 to 2026. The approach acknowledges the importance of parents, family and whanau being valued and having choice and control in their lives.
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Introduction. - Approach. - Analysis. - Workshops. -WHAT WE LEARNED. - Key Insights. - Examples of tipping points. - The four groups of parents. - Statutory intervention. - Asian parents. - Pacifika. - Children. - Key learning from the workshops. - Ideas. - Prototypes. - Training and support. - Appointments. - Parent-held information. - Useful information. - A change from looking for risk to supporting parents. - CONCLUSION.

'A Good Start in Life is a collaborative, cross-sector project which aims to develop policy options to improve support for parents, family and whanau with disabled children under 6 years of age. It has been established as part of the New Zealand Disability Strategy which is guiding the work of government agencies from 2016 to 2026. The approach acknowledges the importance of parents, family and whanau being valued and having choice and control in their lives.

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