Effectiveness of the Breaking Ground programme in transforming parenting skills and practice
Wong, M.; Beekmans, T.; Taliaoa, F.; Oades, L.
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Citation:Wong, M., Beekmans, T., Taliaoa, F., & Oades, L. (2021). Effectiveness of the Breaking Ground Programme in Transforming Parenting Skills and Practice. Unitec ePress Research Report Series (2021/1). ISSN 2357-206X http://www. unitec.ac.nz/epress
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/5417
The Breaking Ground programme was an 18-month pilot programme to support families and parents in a mana-enhancing process while developing parenting skills and practices, focused on intensive family intervention. Practitioners worked alongside families who were on a trajectory towards having their children placed in state care, with the goal of preventing entry to such care. This research uses a case-study methodology with data collected through interviews with social workers and families involved in the programme. The aims of this research were: 1) to examine the effectiveness of social workers working with families on the Breaking Ground programme; and 2) to examine the effectiveness of social workers providing cultural support for the families on the programme. This paper is published in association with Manukau Institute of Technology.
Ngā Upoko Tukutuku (Māori Subject Headings):Tamariki, Whānau, Tāngata o Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa, Toko i te ora
Keywords:Ōtāhuhu (Auckland, N.Z.), Auckland (N.Z.), New Zealand, Māori children, Pasifika children, children, Breaking Ground programme, intervention programmes, Oranga Tamariki, community support, social work, families, child custody
ANZSRC Field of Research:1607 Social Work
Copyright Notice:Effectiveness of the Breaking Ground Programme in Transforming Parenting Skills and Practice by Dr Melanie Wong, Tania Beekmans, Fuatino Taliaoa and Liam M. Oades is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 3.0 New Zealand license.
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