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Posts Tagged ‘Development’

Mt Druitt Scoping Report

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Welcome to Mt Druitt! Download the Mt Druitt Scoping Report. Mount Druitt, or “Mounty County” as it is affectionately known by the locals, is a community of contrasts. Shattered glass, boarded-up shops covered in graffiti and burnt-out cars sit alongside community breakfasts, kids clubs, and free plant giveaways. Many people volunteer their time to help others, and most wouldn’t want…

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Update on Kids in Link Ups

Friday, November 9, 2012

As you may already know the Family by Family team have been seeing a bit more of the kids from our sharing families lately! We've been tagging along to link ups, as well as catching up with kids in their homes to find out more about them and their role in Family by Family. We wanted to explore the following…

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After prototyping the theory of change, we are really excited to be gearing up to start Family by Family, we are about to hire new coaches and start up a new site in Playford!! Are you interested in how Family by Family was created? We have produced this really nice brochure explaining the radical redesign process using Family by Family…

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Creating Family by Family

Friday, September 10, 2010

This book looks at some of the early stages of creating Family by Family. We have spent heaps of time hanging out with families and we think we have come up with a really great idea and now it is time to test it and make sure that it works with real families! Click here to download Creating Family by…

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Going for the Good Life

Thursday, August 12, 2010

We have now officially reached the end of our “Look” phase and are happy to present to you our report “Going for the Good Life”. This report will be the first of several coming from the TACSI Family Project – drawing together themes, service and family stories, ideas and co-designed solutions. This document is not the end product, but a…

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