Recent developments from government – Targeted Youth Support and Teenage Parents . Robert Drake, Department for Children, Schools and Families – Teenage Pregnancy Unit Brighton Youth Homelessness conference, 20 July 2007 . Machinery of Government changes . DfES DCSF DIUS.
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Robert Drake, Department for Children, Schools and Families – Teenage Pregnancy Unit
Brighton Youth Homelessness conference,
20 July 2007
Higher and further education, adult skills and adult learner support to:
Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills
Key nationwide consultation launched towards a new Children’s Plan.
DCSF Policies based on the principle of ‘progressive universalism’. That means:
So for all young people we will have Integrated Youth Support Services
And for those that need it ‘targeted youth support’
Thus homeless young people, pregnant teenagers and young parents would receive help from a lead professional
Principles of this in Targeted Youth Support A guide. To beimplemented by Apr 2008
SE region Pathfinder for TYS: Hampshire
What should be in place locally and nationally to improve:
Increased risk of:
Will issue best practice guidance jointly with CLG on housing support for teenage parents. It will cover:
Aim: to enable young mothers to develop key life skills and stay engaged with learning and employment