'Primary Interventionists in the Team Around the Child approach' – new book by Peter Limbrick for practitioners, managers and parents

'Primary Interventionists in the Team Around the Child approach' – new book by Peter Limbrick for practitioners, managers and parents

Moving towards the primary interventionist model is an antidote to child and family overload in ECI and early support services

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“Long-term stress and strain in families can surely contribute to later mental ill-health for children, parents and other close family members. These mental states

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‘The UK government is in a state of denial about the impact of austerity policies on the poor’

“There is a striking and almost complete disconnect between what I heard from the government and what I consistently heard from many people directly, across the country.”

From the Guardian article 17th November 2019:

UN rapporteur Philip Alston’s hard-hitting report on poverty includes the following

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Gaps between Expert and Public Understandings of Care Experience and the Care System in Scotland

Report identifies strategies the sector can use to build support for the changes necessary to improve the lives of care-experienced children and young people

By the Robertson Trust, Life Changes Trust and CELCIS, the Report charts public understandings of childhood, parenting and the care system, a

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