Early Intervention Horizon Scanning
Here is a set of links to the Early Intervention discussion nationally and internationally that is influencing Nottingham's work
An independent report to Her Majesty's Government by Graham Allen MP, underlining that many of the costly and damaging social problems for individuals can be eliminated or reduced by giving children and parents the right type of evidence based programmes 0-18 and especially in their earliest years.
The second report from Graham Allen, MP on behalf of Her Majesty's Government, setting out how we can pay for early intervention programmes within existing resources and by attracting new non-government money.
Department for Education press notice.
Nottingham City Council is highly supportive of this consortium.
Department for Education paper summarising the Government's vision for the foundation years. Explaining why it is important to focus on child development and how parents and families should be placed at the heart of services.
Report of the Independent Review on Poverty and Life Chances, conducted by Frank Field MP, setting out a new approach to meeting the Government's target of abolishing child poverty.
A practice guide by C4EO to the challenges and opportunities in supporting children, families and communities through early intervention, based on effective local, national and international practice.
Review proposing an evidence based strategy to address the social determinants of health, the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age and which can lead to health inequalities. Drawing attention to the evidence that most people in England aren't living as long as the best off in society and spend longer in ill-health.
Department of Health publication setting out the shared aims and values guiding the transformation of adult social care.
Academic researcher and speaker on developmental psychology. Focusing on the science of children's early years, understanding how relationships shape brain development and making this knowledge understandable to parents, professionals and policymakers.
An independent charity dedicated to improving the health and development of children through innovation, expertise, research and dissemination of high quality evidence to an international audience, including informing policy making and practice.
An independent review of child protection in England, setting out recommendations to help to reform the child protection system.
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