Poster Program

This poster program is subject to change.
Full poster abstracts and presenter biographies will be coming soon!

Presenter Poster Title Presentation Day/Time
Allison Byrnes Am I allowed to love you? Parental alienation behaviour and its impact on the child Wednesday 1300
Allison Byrnes What role does occupational therapy in community-based family services?
Reflections on an integrated therapy approach for children who have experienced trauma
Wednesday 1300
Ashlee Borgkvist ‘I’ve got flexibility around my flexible arrangement too’: How men use flexibility differently Wednesday 1300
Carol Abery Responding to what families want in EVERY program— Parents building solutions, developing real world evidence for co-designed program delivery Wednesday 1300
Jackie Brien Exercising ‘choice’ and ‘control”:
Supporting families with young children with disability in the context of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
Wednesday 1300
Jennifer Ayton Listen to us: From narrative to art-translating mothers’ and fathers’ stories of breastfeeding into visual art forms Wednesday 1300
Jennifer Baxter Grandparents providing care Wednesday 1300
Jennifer Cartmel Pathways with families Wednesday 1300
Jennifer Cartmel Conversations transforming practice Wednesday 1300
Lena Bisognin Holding the other in mind Wednesday 1300
Marilyn Casley How do conversations shape an adult’s ability to hear a child’s perspective? Wednesday 1300
Mich Gador-Whyte Eheadspace— an innovative, national youth mental health and wellbeing service for adolescents and families. What have we learned so far? Wednesday 1300
Pauline Dixon Improved outcomes for families and children by linking research to practice— the final stage of the implementation of Wanslea’s Practice Framework- Continuous Quality Improvement Wednesday 1300
Alisha Heidenreich Screened but not heard: The importance of bringing children’s voices into the room when parents present for non-parenting services Wednesday 1300
Riyad Rahimullah Barriers affecting client participation in relationships counselling Wednesday 1300
Maree Sirois Impact of service life on defence partner employment Wednesday 1300
Anita Kochanoff From poverty to potential: Bringing the 2Generation approach to Australia Thursday 1230
Amy Duong Using data to strengthen the evidence base to better address family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia Thursday 1230
Emma Gierschick Children with a disability – the most vulnerable yet invisible cohort in family violence planning and court orders Thursday 1230
Jade Purtell Early parenting amongst young people leaving care: Social, family and community influences on decisions about parenthood Thursday 1230
Jen Lorains Evidencing system and service reform led by First Nations families Thursday 1230
Lianne Zimbler Pathways for families in the 21st century Thursday 1230
Karen Piscopo Beyond the violence: Listening to the voices of women and children Thursday 1230
Diana Kay To Aboriginal families affected by family violence an environment of respect and community connection is what matters Thursday 1230
Rachel Goff Family and community: What matters most? A co-design approach to building responsive and supportive communities Thursday 1230
Robyn Parker Measuring effectiveness in a multi-stream service delivery organisation—reporting on 18 months of outcomes Thursday 1230
Zoi Triandafilidis Sharing is caring: Social support and carer wellbeing Thursday 1230
Zoi Triandafilidis Supporting family carers to achieve work-life balance through flexible working arrangements Thursday 1230
Zoi Triandafilidis Family matters: The ongoing importance of a family centred approach in a person centred world Thursday 1230
Sue Leahy Understanding and reporting on outcomes that matter—lessons from an evaluation in a social benefit bond context Thursday 1230
Therese Mulcahy Challenging the conventional program approach by taking services to the places where families go Thursday 1230
Cecily Strange The paradoxes of ‘being online’ for parents with young children Thursday 1230
Cris Townley What matters to families in their choice of playgroups? Friday 1245
Jane Reid This place I call home – children and young people talk about growing up in Queensland Friday 1245
Joanne Roff The significance of connection for children in statutory care Friday 1245
Maree Stanley The adaptability of playgroups; addressing what matters to families in the 21st century Friday 1245
Marianne Taylor A steady start to school Friday 1245
Merryl Sykes Mandatory accreditation of early childhood workers: Emerging voices from the field Friday 1245
David Coall Do grandparents influence parents’ decisions to vaccinate their children? A systematic review Friday 1245
Lynette Diamant Bayside infant cues workshop Friday 1245
Mary Randall Research in progress: How families experiencing vulnerability engage with voluntary family services in inner Gippsland Friday 1245
Michelle Townsend Self-harm and Australian children and young people: How schools and families can help Friday 1245
Saumya Pant Home is where the heart is? Experiences and expectations of high skilled female marriage (love-) migrants Friday 1245
Shae Johnson What families value and want— Feedback from families after workshops and seminars Friday 1245
Susan Tregeagle Open adoption from out-of-home care for non-Indigenous children Friday 1245
Tim Gilley HIPPY Longitudinal Study: initial findings in the context of the national HIPPY program Friday 1245
Gemma McKibbin “No power to bring them home”: Workers reflect on preventing harmful sexual behaviour and child sexual exploitation for children & young people in residential care Friday 1245