Bringing back community: family support from the bottom up.
Children and Society, 20 (1).
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||a. Family support and preventative strategies for young people b. Effectiveness of area based early intervention combining universal and targeted services, using documentary and statistical evidence, plus results from a community survey, young people’s survey and one to one interviews c. The paper presents findings of an evaluation of an innovative family support pilot programme which has relevance for the government’s social exclusion agenda and which was established prior to Every Child Matters, although it addressed many of the proposed outcomes. d. e. Based on a community survey completed by 439 local residents, a young people’s survey of 41 young people developed and conducted by young people, 20 semi-structured interviews with key agency stakeholders and 16 semi-structured interviews with local residents. f. Peer reviewed for journal and included in special issue on Schools, Communities and Tackling Disadvantage g. Sole author
||Family support, Parenting, Young people
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