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"A child who lives with violence is forever changed, but not forever 'damaged' – and there is a lot we can do to improve their future prospects." (Baker/Cunningham, 2007)

Increasing Men's Awareness of the Effects on Children Exposed to
Family and Domestic Violence
Final Report - March 2015

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Everyone Deserves to Feel Safe:

The Culturally and Linguistically Diverse

Safe from the Start Project - June 2014

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Policy and practice directions for a domestic and family violence intervention for small children: 'Safe from the Start' - January 2013

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A Safe Start for All:  The Tasmanian Aboriginal Safe from the Start Project Final Report - October 2013

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Final Report - January 2013

Policy and practice directions for a domestic and family violence intervention for small children: ‘Safe from the Start’

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States of Mind

A best practice framework for Women's Immediate Emergency Accommodation SAAP Services in Tasmania working with children 0-5 exposed to domestic violence

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Final Research Report

Education and therapy to assist children aged 0-5 who have witnessed domestic violence

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Resource Training DVD

The Safe from the Start DVD was created to assist workers to engage with young children demonstrating how some of the Kits resources could be used to engage with and listen to children who have been exposed to family or domestic violence. 

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When Daddy Hits the Table

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Little Jack the Wallaby

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Safe from the Start Project information flyer

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Your child does not have to be hit to be hurt flyer

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Family Violence Can Harm Your Child For Life

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