Parents' and service providers' perceptions of family-centred practice in a community-based, paediatric disability service in Australia.

@article{Raghavendra2007ParentsAS,
  title={Parents' and service providers' perceptions of family-centred practice in a community-based, paediatric disability service in Australia.},
  author={Parimala Raghavendra and Sonya Murchland and Michael Bentley and Wendy Wake-Dyster and Thomas Lyons},
  journal={Child: care, health and development},
  year={2007},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={586-92}
}
BACKGROUND For children who have physical disabilities and their families, involvement with a variety of providers of rehabilitation services is the norm rather than the exception. Despite family-centred practice (FCP) being recognized as the 'best practice' model, families experience models of service provision that range from 'expert' to 'collaborative'. After adopting FCP at Novita Children's Services in South Australia, it was imperative to determine the effectiveness of the implementation… CONTINUE READING

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