AVITH Collaborative Practice Framework
This resource outlines the pillars, principles and enablers of collaborative practice in responding to young people and their families experiencing adolescent violence in the home (AVITH).
The AVITH Collaborative Practice Framework (the Framework) was developed through iterative engagement with practitioners who participated in focus groups conducted as part of the larger “WRAP around families experiencing adolescent violence in the home (AVITH): Towards a collaborative service response” research project.
The Framework aims to:
- support shared knowledge and consistency of practice
- improve recognition of AVITH at the organisational and system levels
- ensure role clarity across the system
- bridge knowledge gaps between systems.
The Framework explains what the pillars of collaborative practice mean for practitioners, organisations and governments; provides practice examples of each of the collaborative practice principles; and identifies the enablers of collaborative practice. It will be useful to practitioners, organisations and government agencies working in the AVITH space.
Campbell, E., Ellard, R., Hew, E., Simpson, S., McCann, B. & Meyer, S. (2023). AVITH Collaborative Practice Framework. ANROWS.