'One Stop Shopping' : Meeting Diverse Family Needs in the Inner City?
European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 10 (1).
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||a. Early childhood services and multi agency working b. Theories about mainstream service provision for families needing a variety of services, using the concept of ‘one stop shopping’ c. The paper explores the development of an innovative model of service provision for young children and families, bringing together on one site a range of services offering care, education and support and other facilities. The model was a precursor to Sure Start, and subsequently the UK government’s programme for children’s centres. d. e. Based on a case study of the development of the model over its first two years, documentary analysis, observation, interviews, a survey of users, and in depth interviews with 3 specific user groups. f. Based upon a conference paper presented at the European Early Childhood Education Research Association Conference in London, 2000, and peer reviewed for journal g. Sole author
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