Rebekah Grace
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Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences
J Bowes, R Grace, K Hodge
1282012
Family factors influencing out‐of‐home placement decisions
G Llewellyn, P Dunn, M Fante, L Turnbull, R Grace
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 43 (3), 219-233, 1999
1101999
Review of early childhood parenting, education and health intervention programs for Indigenous children and families in Australia
J Bowes, R Grace
Canberra: Closing the Gap Clearinghouse, 2014
642014
Far from ideal: Everyday experiences of mothers and early childhood professionals negotiating an inclusive early childhood experience in the Australian context
R Grace, G Llewellyn, N Wedgwood, M Fenech, D McConnell
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 28 (1), 18-30, 2008
552008
It's not rocket science: The perspectives of Indigenous early childhood workers on supporting the engagement of Indigenous families in early childhood settings
R Grace, M Trudgett
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 37 (2), 10-18, 2012
532012
Engaging with early childhood education and care services: The perspectives of Indigenous Australian mothers and their young children
M Trudgett, R Grace
Kulumun: Journal of the Wollotuka Institute 1 (1), 15-36, 2011
322011
Negotiating with gatekeepers in research with disadvantaged children: A case study of children of mothers with intellectual disability
S Collings, R Grace, G Llewellyn
Children & society 30 (6), 499-509, 2016
262016
Using an ecocultural approach to explore young children’s experiences of prior‐to‐school care settings
R Grace, J Bowes
Early Child Development and Care 181 (1), 13-25, 2011
262011
Creating a different kind of normal: Parent and child perspectives on sibling relationships when one child in the family has autism spectrum disorder
V Bachraz, R Grace
Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood 10 (4), 317-330, 2009
262009
‘One of the kids’: Parent perceptions of the developmental advantages arising from inclusion in mainstream early childhood education services
R Blackmore, E Aylward, R Grace
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 41 (2), 13-17, 2016
222016
Child participation and family engagement with early childhood education and care services in disadvantaged Australian communities
R Grace, J Bowes, E Elcombe
International Journal of Early Childhood 46 (2), 271-298, 2014
222014
Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families: the legacy of strong state intervention
R Grace, K Burns, K Menzies
Children, families and communities, 292-317, 2017
15*2017
Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families: the legacy of strong state intervention
R Grace, K Burns, K Menzies
Children, families and communities, 292-317, 2017
15*2017
Structured social relationships: a review of volunteer home visiting programs for parents of young children
F Byrne, R Grace, J Tredoux, L Kemp
Australian health review 40 (3), 262-269, 2015
142015
The role of formal support in the lives of children of mothers with intellectual disability
S Collings, R Grace, G Llewellyn
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 30 (3), 492-500, 2017
132017
Strong state intervention: The stolen generations
A Burns, K Burns, K Menzies
South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press, 2009
132009
Tourette’s syndrome and the school experience: a qualitative study of children’s and parents’ perspectives
R Grace, C Russell
Australasian Journal of Special Education 29 (1), 40-59, 2005
132005
The Role of context in children's development
J Bowes, R Grace, A Hayes
Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 3-16, 2012
122012
Child development in context
R Grace, A Hayes, S Wise
R. Grace, K. Hodge, 2017
112017
Barriers to participation: The experience of disadvantaged young children, their families and professionals in engaging with early childhood services
Macquarie University. Children and Families Research Centre, R Grace, ...
Children and Families Research Centre, Macquarie University, 2010
112010
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