Family Services NU is an app that contains information relevant and useful for new members of the family service workforce in Nunavut. It was developed from the voice of Nunavut communities – as such, it contains information about working and communicating in a multilingual environment, the organization of the family service system, the Inuit historical context of the region, important aspects of family service practice, and values and expectations in the family service setting. It also includes useful community-specific information including maps, phone numbers, information pages, weather information, ways to get involved in the community, and things to pack.
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January 4, 2021
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