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  1. Michael Little Dartington Social Research Unit, UK and Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago, US

  2. child protection prevention top down bottom up treatment family support prevention science community engagement differences of opinion or false divides

  3. a new way of doing business • good evidence about the problem and potential solutions • community engagement and ownership of children services • common language, innovation and better outcomes

  4. false divide #1 child protection or family support

  5. children not offered any help children in need 160,000 no further investigation no help children considered to need help child protection procedures 160,000 family visit child protection conference child’s name on protection register children referred to children’s services children not known to children’s services 11 million children false divide #1 child protection or family support

  6. people call this family support no further investigation children considered to need help Child protection procedures 160,000 family visit child protection conference child’s name on protection register children referred to children’s services children not known to children’s services people call this child protection 11 million children children not offered any help children in need 160,000 no help false divide #1 child protection or family support

  7. no further investigation children considered to need help Child protection procedures 160,000 family visit child protection conference child’s name on protection register children referred to children’s services children not known to children’s services 11 million children children not offered any help people call this family support children in need 160,000 these children get “thin” services no help people call this child protection these children get very little help or a very strong intervention e.g foster care false divide #1 child protection or family support

  8. severe violence 22% 2% 30% 7% psychological aggression and/or minor physical violence reasoning % of children with clinical disorder 20% 10% 17,000 260,000 70,000 false divide #2 prevention or treatment

  9. child protection as prevention could mean increasing reasoning and reducing aggression in families severe violence 3.0 22% 2% 30% 7% psychological aggression and/or minor physical violence reasoning % of children with clinical disorder mean scores on behaviour problems 2.0 20% 10% 1.0 17,000 260,000 70,000 false divide #2 prevention or treatment

  10. severe violence 3.0 30% psychological aggression and/or minor physical violence reasoning % of children with clinical disorder mean scores on behaviour problems 2.0 20% 10% 1.0 child protection as prevention could mean increasing reasoning and reducing aggression in families potential effects 17,000 260,000 70,000 false divide #2 prevention or treatment

  11. severe violence 3.0 30% psychological aggression and/or minor physical violence reasoning % of children with clinical disorder mean scores on behaviour problems 2.0 20% 10% 1.0 child protection as prevention could mean increasing reasoning and reducing aggression in families potential effects 17,000 260,000 70,000 false divide #2 prevention or treatment

  12. severe violence potential effects 3.0 30% psychological aggression and/or minor physical violence reasoning % of children with clinical disorder mean scores on behaviour problems 2.0 20% 10% 1.0 child protection as prevention could mean increasing reasoning and reducing aggression in families 17,000 260,000 70,000 false divide #2 prevention or treatment

  13. severe violence potential effects 3.0 30% psychological aggression and/or minor physical violence reasoning % of children with clinical disorder mean scores on behaviour problems 2.0 20% 10% 1.0 child protection as prevention could mean increasing reasoning and reducing aggression in families child protection as treatment could mean better mental health services 17,000 260,000 70,000 false divide #2 prevention or treatment

  14. the little children Super START top down bottom up false divide #3 top down or bottom up

  15. www.commonlanguage.org.uk

  16. A Oc I Ot

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  18. I A Ot epidemiology consumer voice national policy database of good practice community ownership rigorous evaluation Oc

  19. triple-p, queensland early intervention and prevention of anxiety project (qeipap) consumer view epidemiology national policy australian early development index early innovations at this accan conference political will but lack of direction? ‘what works’ evidence resources in Australasia

  20. single threshold

  21. thick prevention services single threshold

  22. www.preventionaction.org • www.commonlanguage.org.uk • www.dartington-i.org • www.michaellittle.org for materials relating to this talk, including podcast of this presentation for information on our methods to see people talking about these methods for daily online news about child development and children’s services further resources