Recognising the Strength of Culture Discussion Paper

Thank you for participating in this survey and for reading The Case for Change and Recognising the Strength of Culture Discussion Papers and Five by Five Report.

There are six open ended questions and we would appreciate your feedback on any or all of these questions.

Please note the consultation period and survey closes on 3 June 2016.

You have the opportunity to leave your contact details if you would like your submission to be acknowledged or to receive a written response.  All submissions will be read and considered when enhancing and developing the Service Delivery Framework.

Generally, submissions will be published on the Child and Family Health Service (CaFHS) website, unless marked confidential.  Confidential submissions may still be the subject of a Freedom of Information request.  In the absence of a clear indication that a submission is intended to be confidential, CaFHS will treat the submission as public.  CaFHS will not publish anonymous submissions.

CaFHS may redact certain information from submissions in order to protect the privacy of submitters or others mentioned in submissions.  This may include withholding the name of the submitter.  Publication or redaction of information in submissions is at the discretion of CaFHS.

When completing the survey you can review and edit your answers at any time prior to clicking 'Done' on the last page which closes and submits the survey.

We strongly encourage you to contribute to this very important proposal.

The Discussion Paper is on the YourSAy website

If you have any further questions about this survey, please contact:
Gill Weston
Manager, Special Projects
Child and Family Health Service
Women's and Children's Health Service
Telephone: 08 8303 1522

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* 1. Do you have any suggestions on how to embed cultural considerations into practice?

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* 2. Do you have any suggestions about how we can make our systems of care as culturally responsive as they can be?

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* 3. How can we ensure that our services are accessible for Aboriginal families and support ongoing engagement where required?

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* 4. How can we strengthen the role of Aboriginal workers in service delivery?

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* 5. Do you have any other ideas about how we can support staff?

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* 6. Are there any further comments you would like to make about this discussion paper?