Evolution not Revolution!!. An Integrated approach to promoting positive parenting and social and emotional competence in children. The Powys ‘Everybody’s Business’ Model. Integration and alignment of strategic programmes, services and resources; Community focused Schools/SEG/PDG
An Integrated approach to promoting positive parenting and social and emotional competence in children
Integration and alignment of strategic programmes, services and resources;
Whole System Approach – Services and Systems!
Children and young
IY Small Group Dina
Incredible Years Programmes – parent, school. child
JAFF training incl information sharing
Pre school and foundation phase
KS3 & 4
1:1 services in the home
Childcare & Early Years Ed
An holistic approach to reinforcing the Incredible Years Message
1 - Align your strategic programmes and identify shared workforce development requirements and resources.
2 – Identify your workforce – all agency workers, carers, parents??
3 – Research and chose your key evidence based programmes and stick with them.
4 – Develop a single, integrated workforce development programme across all agencies and all tiers of intervention – Promotion and communication is key!
5 - Establish strategic level leadership and governance
6 – Establish appropriate infrastructure to ensure interventions are delivered with fidelity and efficacy and on going supervision and practice support is available.
7 – Ensure you build training capacity locally to ensure efficiency and sustainability (i.e. train the trainer)
8 – Embed your interventions and workforce requirements across all your commissioned/contracted services
9 – create a centralised training unit for centralised planning, delivery, booking and reporting
10 – Performance monitor the delivery of your workforce development programme and maintain open two way communication for feedback and continuous improvement
Role within clinical psychology department to work strategically across CYPP
Parents 60-80% Teachers 20-40%
Powys Health Board worked in partnership with Powys Children and Young People’s Partnership, and Barnardo’s Cymruto support families and schools to develop skills that will help with early intervention and prevention of behaviour difficulties in children.
“Touching the heart of the community and demonstrating a sustained generational impact, the now sustainable programme shows how public service organisations can deliver whole systems improvement.”
“The leadership of this programme
has been unwavering and is a credit
to the multiple agencies involved.”
Clearly targeted support for vulnerable pupils has resulted in significant improvements in behaviour, confidence and achievement.
Most pupils demonstrate good behaviour and attitudes to learning. They are considerate and courteous and relate well to each other and adults and concentrate well on their tasks during lessons.
All pupils behave well, both in the playground and in the classroom. They are polite and courteous, and kind to each other.
Teachers report reduced stress levels (TSI) and pupils show significant improvements in conduct problems, hyperactivity, emotional symptoms and peer problems (SDQ)
Parents of babies report significantly improved parenting confidence (KPCS)
Significant improvements in parental mental health (GHQ)
Two thirds of parents who complete the School Readiness Programme report improvements in their child’s behaviour. (SDQ) Parents reporting significant challenges can be sign posted to longer IY groups.