Implementing a response to Families with multiple problems Wendy Weal Deputy Delivery Manager DCSF. Importance of the family. Parents are a strong influence in determining outcomes for young people Research from Parenting Early Intervention Programme shows:
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Implementing a response to Families with multiple problems
Deputy Delivery Manager
Parents are a strong influence in determining outcomes for young people
Research from Parenting Early Intervention Programme shows:
Impacts on educational attainment are well documented:
Families are often a source of resilience …….But can also be a source of risk…
Parental drug misuse
“Every Child Matters is already transforming the way services are delivered for 0-19 year olds. ‘Think Family’ extends this model to include adults’ services and puts families firmly at the centre” (Social Exclusion Taskforce)
The HO, DCSF, ACPO, YJB and NPIA have produced guidance for neighbourhood policing managers and practitioners on early intervention, prevention and whole family practice
5.Services to Support Young Carers and their Families
Associations of Directors of Adult and Children’s Services published a model local protocol setting out how services should work more closely together to prioritise support person being cared for as well as the young carers.