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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)

Pictured below are some additional resources that may be found useful but are not part of the Safe from the Start kit.  These resources are readily available in retail shops or online.

Start Today Again

Start Today Again is a ‘toolkit’ for use by presenters, trainers and counsellors to assist men and men’s groups understand the impact of family violence on children, and suggest ways in which changes in parenting relationships can be made.

Click here to download Fact Sheet

Website: www.salvationarmy.org/starttodayagain

Email: starttodayagain@aus.salvationarmy.org

NAPCAN Preventing Child Abuse

Click here to download info




Teen Wheel

Teen Power & Control Wheel

Click here to Download

Duluth Wheel Equality Wheel EQ-Chinese

Click here to Download

Duluth Wheel Chinese

 Chinese Duluth Wheel

Click here to Download

Refuge for babies in crisis

Refuge for babies in crisis

Click here to download manual


What about the Children?

Click here to download Brochure


Children and DV

Children and Domestic Violence

Click here to download fact sheet

What About Me

What About Me!

Click here to download

Children Who See

Children Who See Too Much

This ground-breaking book by Betsy McAlister Groves alerts parents and clinicians to the pain which children experience after witnessing violence.  Guidelines for giving these children the support they need to become healthy, responsible adults are provided.

Growing Up

Healing Foundation

Click here to download

Strong Women Hard Yarns

Strong Women. Hard Yarns

Click here

Little Eyes

Little Eyes, Little Ears:
How Violence Against a Mother Shapes Children as they Grow

Click here to download

Children Ahead

Alannah and Madeline Foundation

Click here to download fact sheet

Using stories to build bridges

Using Stories to Build Bridges with Traumatized Children

Creative Ideas for Therapy, Life Story Work, Direct Work and Parenting

Expressions flash cards

Expressions flash cards

Available from:

Play Therapy
When Dad
Addressing FV
Childrens Perspectives
Matching Expressions

Matching Expressions

Available from:

Blue Day Book for Kids
Cars R Us Stickers
Feeling Sad
Feelings to share
Bears Cards
Bears Stickers
Sarahs heavy heart
How Do You Feel
Invisible String
Take the time
Sams bush journey
Once there was a boy
Over the back fence
Sissys secret
The other side
Whatever is lovely
When the Snake bites the Sun
Giraffes cant dance