21 July 2022

Fams visits Central Coast services

Fams visits Central Coast services

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Fams’ Sector Engagement Manager Kim Stace led Central Coast services through an interactive session on outcomes measurement this week.

The Connect and Learn session was organised by the Central Coast Community Council.

Kim addressed practitioners working with families on the Central Coast, speaking on the topic of Outcomes Measurement.

Fams welcomed the opportunity to meet with service providers and hear about other programs in the district, including those delivering services in Targeted Early Intervention (TEI).

Penny Newson, Executive Officer of Central Coast Community Council, said it was a very worthwhile day.

“Kim’s presentation style is just fantastic,” she said.

“She is so approachable and everyone was so engaged! It was great to see.”

Thanks to Central Coast Community Council for hosting this important event.


Fams' Sector Engagement Manager Kim Stace
Fams’ Sector Engagement Manager Kim Stace addressing services on the Central Coast.