Tag Archives: Principles of practice

Principle 9: Services will have well-supported, skilled staff

The final part of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. Each … Continue reading

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Principle 8: Services will pay particular attention to the needs of children

Part 9 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. Playscheme’s greatest … Continue reading

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Principle 7: Services will advocate on behalf of residents

Part 8 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. There are … Continue reading

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Principle 6: Services will build strong partnerships and networks

Part 4 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. A social … Continue reading

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Principle 5: Services will go to caravan parks

Part 6 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. The park … Continue reading

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Principle 4: Services will build on the strengths of park communities

Part 5 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. The good … Continue reading

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Principle 3: Services will work with park management

Part 4 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. The Family … Continue reading

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Principle 2: Services will be flexible and creative

Part 3 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduced the context and listed the nine principles. Early on … Continue reading

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Principle 1: Services will make building strong relationships with residents a high priority

Part 2 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduced the context and listed the nine principles. Building a … Continue reading

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9 principles for supporting families and communities

In 2006 I helped facilitate a national forum for family and community workers supporting permanent residents of caravan parks. Through the forum we identified nine principles of promising practice for working with permanent residents of caravan parks. These principles, however, … Continue reading

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