Lesson 1, Topic 97
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Case study: Other case studies for your backpack

Aliki October 21, 2019

We’ve previously introduced the following case studies: Grow, Logan Together and Bellambi. You can gain further insight with the following summary of a spectrum of low-high intensity types of SCAs and PBAs.

  • 2010 – 2013 – Homelessness Planning and Coordination – 14 ‘hot spots’ throughout Queensland developed local action plans. 14 locally-based coordinators and seven.
  • 2016 – 2018 – Changing Lives, Changing Communities – Townsville – More than 200 of the Townsville community explored what it would take to become a truly inclusive community in the face of the NDIS. The event was continued in 2017 & 2018 with many projects being implemented from ideas generated here.
  • 2016 – 2018 – Strengthening Our Place (QFCC) – ‘Working together so all children can reach their full potential’ was the key to this partnership with the Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) in Capricornia and Fraser Coast.
  • 2017 – Live Well Hervey Bay – Ngala Gambay (Butchulla for We All Together) was initiated to build local capacity to support healthy ageing in Hervey Bay. Supported by the Queensland Mental Health Commission, this project unearthed local challenges to mental health including loss of connection.

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