'Primary Interventionists in the Team Around the Child approach' – new book by Peter Limbrick for practitioners, managers and parents

'Primary Interventionists in the Team Around the Child approach' – new book by Peter Limbrick for practitioners, managers and parents

Moving towards the primary interventionist model is an antidote to child and family overload in ECI and early support services

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“Long-term stress and strain in families can surely contribute to later mental ill-health for children, parents and other close family members. These mental states

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Delivering Quality Health Services – a Global Imperative for Universal Health Coverage. Report from WHO

Delivering Quality Health Services – a Global Imperative for Universal Health Coverage. Report from WHO

The report highlights that sickness associated with poor quality health care imposes additional expenditure on families and health systems

 

Poor quality health services are holding back progress on improving health in countries at all income levels, according to a new joint report by the OECD,

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Holding down vital job a struggle, say parents of disabled children. Important new report

Holding down vital job a struggle, say parents of disabled children. Important new report

Parents of the UK’s million disabled children are struggling to hold down vital jobs

– even when they downshift and stall career progress

 

– because of a dearth of suitable and affordable childcare, flexible jobs and appropriate leave.

A new report by charity Working Families analysed feedba

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Gaps between Expert and Public Understandings of Care Experience and the Care System in Scotland

Report identifies strategies the sector can use to build support for the changes necessary to improve the lives of care-experienced children and young people

By the Robertson Trust, Life Changes Trust and CELCIS, the Report charts public understandings of childhood, parenting and the care system, a

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