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Teacher
The term Teacher refers to a person responsible for providing education.
Turner, Dora Jeanette (1888 - 1953), Teacher
Temporary Care
Temporary Care is a term to describe the temporary, home-based foster care of children and young people. Other forms of temporary care include respite care, emergency care or crisis accommodation.
Cornwall Receiving Home (1978? - 1980)
Danbury Receiving Home (c. 1975 - 1980)
Gilburn Family Group Home (c. 1981 - 1995?)
Term commonly found on child welfare records
A phrase, word or abbreviation commonly used as a shorthand notation within child welfare records.
Admitted to the care of the Department under Section 35 (1960 - 1997)
Approved children's home (employment) (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Approved children's home (high school rate) (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Approved children's home (primary school rate) (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Approved children's home extended education (1960 - 1985?)
Assisted employment (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Board (Special) (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Board 1 (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Board 2 (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Board 3 (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Child migrant over the age of 18 (1960 - c. 1980)
Committed to an institution (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
Day service employment (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Declared a ward and committed to an institution (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
Declared by court to be a ward of state (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Delinquent (c. 1910 - c. 1990)
Discharge by Age (1960 - 1997)
Discharged (adopted) (1960 - 1997)
Discharged by Minister's authority (1960 - 1997)
Employed ward trust account (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Employment (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Extended guardianship (1960 - 1997)
Friends (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Holiday (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
Hospital (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
ILP (1907 - 1935)
Inmate (1935 - 1970?)
Inmate Ashley Home for Boys (1960 - c. 1999)
Inmate receiving home (1960 - 1980)
Inmate receiving home (employment) (c. 1960 - c. 1980)
Inmate Weeroona Girls' Training Centre (1960 - 1979)
Inmate Wybra Hall (1960 - 1988)
Juvenile delinquency (c. 1910 - c. 1990)
Legal supervision (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Mental Hospital (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
Missing (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
Preventive supervision (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Provisional discharge (1960 - 1997)
Re-allocation of wages (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Remanded for any purpose (1960 - 1997)
Remanded for observation (1960 - 1997)
Returned (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
Service Employer (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Service employment (trust account) (c. 1960 - c. 1975)
Single mother receiving outdoor relief (c. 1960 - 1973)
Temporary admission (1960 - 1997)
Transferred (c. 1960 - c. 1990)
Written off (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Type of 'care'
A method of providing for children who are not living with their families.
Aboriginal placement (1984 - )
Adolescent placement (1990? - )
Adoption
Apprenticeship (c. 1833 - c. 1945)
Approved children's home (1960 - 1997)
At home while still a ward (c. 1960 - c. 1997)
Boarding out (1873 - c. 1970)
Certified Children's Homes (1896 - 1960)
Cottage homes (1943 - )
Departmental residential care (1935 - c. 2010)
Domestic Service Assistance Scheme (1947 - 1997?)
Emergency care (c. 1976 - )
Family group home (c. 1981 - )
Farm school
Foster 'care' (c. 1955 - )
Holiday placement (c. 1935 - c. 1975)
Home-based care
Hostel (c. 1940 - c. 1995)
Independent living unit (c. 1983 - 1995?)
Industrial school (1867 - c. 1945)
Kinship care
Orphanage (1828 - 2006)
Out of home care
Receiving home (1898 - c. 1980)
Rescue home (1856 - c. 1940)
Residential care
Respite care (c. 1975 - )
Shared care (1990? - )
Therapeutic residential care
Type of record
The term Type of Record refers to the different types of documents that have been, and are still, kept to record information about children in 'care'. These may be maintained by a government or non-government agency, or held in an archival repository, library or in private hands.
First Imperial Force Personal Dossier of Dora Baudinet (1914 - 1920), National Archives of Australia