With over 20 years’ experience in a range of children’s services we strive to continue our work in developing an innovative range of services for children and young people.
When a child or young person is taken into care, they need a safe and supportive place to stay. Foster care is often the preferred choice for such children and young people. Foster Care means a child lives with a different family who aims to provide them with the care and support by offering a safe, secure and nurturing home.
Key Assets is a registered NDIS disability services provider. We offer disability services in WA, and in Queensland, where we provide a disability allied health service called Allied Outcomes. All Key Assets disability services are charged in line with the NDIS price guide.
Key Assets provides intensive family support services in the East Kimberley, in Victoria, in NSW and in Tasmania. We work alongside families at risk of their children being taken into care, or to reunify children from care back to family.
Our Practice Framework is all about building the internal resources of parents to create enduring change for them, their children and the wider family network.
The intended outcome for any family support program is that children are safe, settled, and thriving, recovering from any trauma, developing adaptive relationships, self-regulation and resilience skills and are meaningfully engaged in education.
We work respectfully and collaboratively with parents to build their capacity adults to provide what children need.
NI-Connect is managed by Key Assets (Australia) a non-government, not for profit children’s services agency, that is committed to creating a child safe organisation.
The team at NI-Connect includes social workers and a psychologist who offer a range of services across the continuum of care to support the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. The team offers services to individuals and families seeking information and advice about parenting, life skills, health and wellbeing, as well as guidance in responding to developmental milestones for children and young people.