Child Protection Resources

ThinkUKnow online safety program – Online safety program helps Australians with cognitive disability stay safe.

Online Safety Resource Sheet  – Child Family Community Australia.

Children’s commissioners and guardians – CFCA Resource Sheet. Outlines the role and duties of children’s commissioners, and how they differ between Australian states and territories (June 2018).

Child Safety Toolkit – created by Moores and Our Community as part of our shared commitment to promoting child safety. The toolkit is designed to be read by school council members, principals and senior teachers, as well as board/committee members and senior managers of any not-for-profit organisation that works with children, though anyone can and should take it upon themselves to ensure every organisation is acting appropriately (April 2018).

PEP Talks: Keeping children safe – This resource, developed by the Association for Children with a Disability, aims to help parents to support children with disability to feel and be safe, including when being cared for by others.

Feeling safe, being  safe: What  is important to children and young people with disability and high support needs about safety in institutional settings. March 2016. Southern Cross University (Australia)

Children with disability talking about child protection – A research report March 2015

Report – Safe at school? Exploring safety and harm of students with cognitive disability. March 2015