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Sure Start Regional Evaluation Workshop 8.10.2004 Sure Start Bramley Evaluation: Implications for Practice. Debbie Flintham Martin Manby Deputy Programme Manager Nationwide Children’s Research

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Sure Start Regional Evaluation Workshop 8.10.2004Sure Start Bramley Evaluation: Implications for Practice

Debbie Flintham Martin Manby

Deputy Programme Manager NationwideChildren’s Research

Centre (NCRC)

Brid Featherstone

University of Huddersfield

Nationwide Children\'s Research Centre University of Huddersfield

sure start bramley
Sure Start Bramley
  • Second Wave Programme
  • SSB: a company limited by guarantee; registered charity: 12 board members including 6 parents; 3 statutory sector; 3 voluntary sector
  • Programme Managers: Kathy Shaw 2000 - March 2004 Judy Bakes May 2004 -
  • Deputy Programme Manager: Debbie Flintham July 2002
  • Evaluation Team: November 2000 (continuing)

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Sure Start Bramley
  • February 2000: Initial Child Care Survey
  • February 2001: Evaluation of Sub Group set up
  • May 2002: Year 1 Evaluation Report
  • May 2003: Year 2 Evaluation Report
  • August 2003 - March 2004 repeat Child Care Survey User Satisfaction Survey
  • September 2004: Three Year Evaluation Report

Presentation Uses data from Child Care Survey;

User Satisfaction Survey and Three Year Evaluation Report

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child care survey 2000 and repeat survey 2003
Child Care Survey 2000 and Repeat Survey (2003)

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Sure Start Bramley
  • 125 respondents: 124 female, 1 male
  • 20% aged 16-25; 61% aged 26-35; 14% aged 36-45
  • 69% with partner; 22% with no-one else;10% adult relatives or other adults
  • Two-thirds had either 1 or 2 children
  • 121 described selves as white UK

Participants

  • 39 (31%) part-time job; 53 looking after home / children

Partners

  • 82 out of 90 partners in full-time job or self-employed
  • 1 partner looking after home / children

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sure start bramley was your youngest child breast fed
Sure Start BramleyWas your youngest child breast-fed?

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mothers with special additional needs children
Mothers with special / additional needs children
  • 13 participants (out of 125): all female; all white UK
  • 7 with partner; 4 with no-one else; 2 with adult relatives
  • 4 experienced pnd; 2 not sure; 6 said no
  • satisfaction levels with general SSB services mainly high or very high
  • 10 had contact with SS worker in last twelve months
  • 11 had access to good quality play / learning opportunities
  • 8 read to child every day; 3 weekly; 1 less often
  • 9 smoked, 4 did not smoke; 3 gave up during pregnancy (6 did not)

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post natal depression
Post Natal Depression

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smoking prevalence for two parent families and lone parents compared
Smoking Prevalence for two parent families and lone parents compared

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outreach team file review
Outreach Team: File Review

Case Summaries for 212 files (open and closed)

88 two parent and 124 lone parents

177 White British; 26 minority ethnic groups

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File Review

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File Review

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File Review

Positive outcomes for 37 out of 49 families (46 moved away)

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Hardiker Grid - Level of Problem

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File Review

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domestic violence ssb women s group
Domestic Violence: SSB Women’s Group

 Domestic violence reason for referral in 59/206 (29%) referrals to Outreach Team

 Women’s Group (up to 8 women) ran from Jan 2001

 Took referrals from wider area including women with children over 4

 Twelve week programme, but attendance not time limited

 Sessions could be harrowing; many participants had been sexually abused

Recommendations

  • more focus on support for children
  • tackle issues of stigma attaching to domestic violence
  • stricter time limits and referral criteria; for Women’s Group
  • rotate staff for women’s groups to enhance ownership of group

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children s centre
Children’s Centre

 Ten + in Leeds

 Children’s Centre in Bramley owned by Sure Start; run by Leeds MC, with SLA for Sure Start Bramley

 Includes 50 place nursery; on same site as Community Centre and new SSB premises

Issues

  • tension between day care and family support
  • will parental involvement have same emphasis as in Sure Start?
  • PCT not sufficiently involved so far

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Sure Start Bramley: Promotion of Services

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an essay in cost benefit analysis
An essay in Cost Benefit Analysis

 Value for Money

 Cost effectiveness

 Cost Benefit Analysis

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Costs of Home Visiting from Meadows 2001, Guidance on Cost Effectiveness

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Identifying the Unit of Service

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evaluation next steps
Evaluation - next steps

 In depth evaluation of transition to motherhood and p.n.d ) to be

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 SSB drop-in and advice centre (VFM) ) prioritised by

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 More on Cost Benefit Analysis ) Evaluation

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 Development on Children’s Centre Site ) Sub Group

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