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The Life Stories Project is Wrapping Up

A project that documents the stories of people who spent time in care, in their own words & on their own terms, is coming to a close.

Caught on Film

Film taken in children’s homes and institutions provide a skewed view of life in care, but also some insights into life at the time.

Finding Family

People who were in care as children were often separated from their siblings & may not have known their parents. It’s possible they may be found.

Oral History Projects

Listening to people who experienced care provides deep insights into life in the child welfare system.

Lost Innocents

For child migrants, records can be kept across Homes, organisations, and continents, all with their own rules.

Life Stories Project

Putting people in control of the narrative around their time in care with their own stories & in their own words.

Eleven years on…

On Monday November 16, it will be 11 years since the National Apology to Forgotten Australians

Bored? Here’s Some Quality Care-Based Content

While we’re still spending a lot of time at home and it’s getting colder outside, we’ve all got a good excuse to stay in with good book, watch a movie, or listen to a podcast.

Aged Care – our submission to the Royal Commission

Good Shepherd
LONG READ: Our submission to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety

Fear, trauma & deinstitutionalising aged care

Barrington Lodge
Research by the Find & Connect web resource has identified a cross over between historical children’s homes and new & existing aged care facilities

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