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Support for tamariki and whānau: Evidence around effective interventions

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56 The Terrace (Aurora Centre)

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SUPPORT FOR TAMARIKI AND WHĀNAU: EVIDENCE AROUND EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS

A ninety-minute seminar featuring two presentations; one discussing the impact of an early intervention child support to improve financial wellbeing for families; the other presenting findings around overseas and New Zealand support offered to teen parents.

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Mark Takayesu is a Programme Lead in the Customer Insight and Evaluation team at Inland Revenue. He is currently leading multiple insight projects in Child Support at Inland Revenue and is passionate about improving the financial wellbeing of families. In this presentation, Mark will discuss the impact of an early intervention Child Support pilot to improve outcomes for new parents, receiving carers and children. The application of these insights to improve customer outcomes will be discussed within the context of a customer-centred and intelligence led organisation.

Valmai Copeland is Principle Advisor in the Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre. She has worked extensively on evaluation and research relating to families and the support provided to them by government. Valmai will present the findings from an evidence brief that synthesised information from overseas and New Zealand on support offered to teen parents.

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This is the eleventh in a series of seminars hosted by the Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre Te Pokapū Taunakitanga. We partner with a range of social sector agencies to present current research and thinking.

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56 The Terrace (Aurora Centre)

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