How do we know if the services we provide really improve the lives of the people we work with? How do we know if the people we work with are satisfied their experience of our work and / or our service?

The obvious answer is to ask them.

It is generally held that the reason services exist is to make the lives of the people they serve better. However, it is not always easy for services to know if the support they provide is optimal or even effective. It’s also difficult for funders to know if people are satisfied with the services they are funding.

Thanks for your contribution to the first workshop to begin designing the Brisbane South Local Level Alliance.

As we discussed, this Network Space has been created to give everyone access to the content presented in the workshop as well as the work generated by each group during the session. It also provides a means to discuss issues related to the LLA generally, or to the work of the specific working parties.

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James Austin Stephanie Anne Victoria Gibbs Diana Homer
Daniel Batkin David Sloan Verena Wright Melanie Schroder
Di Townsend Hazel Renouf Network Spaces Admin Cassandra Roland_3
Peta Nichol Elizabeth Power

Thanks for your contribution to the first workshop to begin designing the Brisbane North Local Level Alliance. 

As we discussed, this Network Space has been created to give everyone access to the content presented in the workshop as well as the work generated by each group during the session. It also povides a means to discuss issues related to the LLA generally, or to the work of the specific working parties.

 

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Diana Homer Daniel Batkin David Sloan Verena Wright
Melanie Schroder Hazel Renouf Network Spaces Admin Peta Nichol
Elizabeth Power jillian warren Ashleigh Stephens Alison Hando
Donna Wynn_27 Angela Stevens_2

Ipswich Goodna Youth Interagency Network Space is a forum for agency workers who work with youth and community representatives in the local Ipswich and Goodna area. There is a meeting each month on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 1pm to 2:30pm.

Monthly meetings rotate between Ipswich and Goodna.

For further information please contact Ipswich Community Youth Service, Amanda Margerison via email: manager@icys.org.au

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Anna Grozinger_5 Melissa McCallum Marilyn Palmer Shelley Dunlop
Network Spaces Admin Sharee Newman Anne Scholl Rebecca Jackwitz
Jody Wilcox_7 Leanne Brown Amanda Margerison Bridget Coyne
Theresa Madson_8 Sasha Garner

headspace is Australia’s Youth Mental Health Foundation, established in 2006. This holistic service provides support for young people aged 12-25 in areas of Mental health and wellbeing, drug and alcohol use, employment and education, and physical health care. It is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing under the Youth Mental Health Initiative Program.

 

headspace Meadowbrook unites a Consortium of 13 local Government and Non-Government bodies, including the Lead Agency- Aftercare.

 

The Child, Youth and Families Alliance - Ipswich and West Moreton (CYFA or 'the Alliance') was established in May 2012 to bring together government and non-government organisations working in the Ipswich and West Moreton area to work collaboratively to promote and enhance the health and wellbeing of infants, children and youth, their families and communities.  To date CYFA has over 100 members and has a Strategic Reference Group (SRG) which comprises 12 members and three administrative positions; the SRG's role is to manage the strategic focus and governance of CYFA.

A space for the members to access information related to the Redlands Youth Network meetings, to share information, ideas, events, collborate on projects and communicate.

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Stephen Flanagan Anna Grozinger_5 Sarah Siepen_6 Melanie Schroder
Elizabeth Power Kara Mansley Hamish McLoughlin_3

The Family Alliance Network will identify opportunities to integrate service delivery so that clients can effectively negotiate the service system and receive the assistance that they require when needed. Our goal is to provide a timely response to service delivery issues: the right solution at the right time for each child, youth or family member.

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Victoria Gibbs Min Seto Margaret Hornagold Fred Power
Eric Boardman William Simeon Kylie Tappin Belinda Ryder_3
Rebekah Pick Tom McIntyre_4 Julia Spotswood Kylie HINTON
QCOSS Community Door sharon thompson

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Amanda Margerison Suewellyn Kelly Victoria Homer Trish Ferrier
Steve Skitmore Sheree Miller Shane Adshead Sarah Roberts
Jade Fickling Alvin Hava QCOSS Community Door Daniel Morris
Howard Buckley Amanda Wright

The Central West Youth Network will increase the effectiveness of youth service providers to provide regional support, planning and delivery of service for young people through information sharing, professional development and peer support throughout Western Queensland

 

Terms of Reference

 Goals:

1. To provide networking opportunities to share information to ultimately benefit young people of the Central West.

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Kirsty Appleton Majella Rayment Louise Campbell QCOSS Community Door
Shirley Marks Coordinator Multipurpose Centre Jenny Nelson

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