Our mission is to implement an evidence based, best practice Model of Care that delivers meaningful outcomes for the children, adults and families who use our services and that we continue to empower them throughout the whole of their lives.
We provide individuals and families ‘a step up’ by availing of a suite of supports. These supports are organised within the six components of Crann’s care model, as developed by a series of social scientists and researchers.
The six components are;
- Health and wellbeing
- Medical needs
- Early childhood
- Economic and career pathways
- Social capital
Two-generation approaches can be found along a continuum. This graphic illustrates the starting point (parent or child) and the relative emphasis.
Whole-family approaches focus equally and intentionally on services and opportunities for the child and the adults in their lives. They articulate and track outcomes for both children and adults simultaneously.
- Child-parent approaches focus first or primarily on the child but are moving toward a two-generation approach and include services and opportunities for the parent.
- Parent-child approaches focus first or primarily on the parent but are moving toward a two-generation approach and include services and opportunities for children.
Learn more about the 2Gen approach here.