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Reaching parents: implementing parenting programmes

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SCIE guide on parent education programmes which promote parents’ confidence and improve their parenting skills. The guide also provides specific guidance on improving take up of parenting programmes. This paper highlights the findings of a follow-up study which involved talking to a wide range of frontline practitioners about their experience of providing a variety of parenting programmes.

Think child, think parent, think family

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This At a glance summary identifies what needs to change to improve service planning, delivery and practice to help improve the health, wellbeing and life chances of families affected by parental mental ill health.

Personalisation briefing for commissioners

Part of Personalisation

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In the first of our new series on personalisation for professionals, this briefing for commissioners summarises the implications for commissioners and includes examples of new approaches being developed.

Changing social care: an inclusive approach

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Adult social care is changing, to put the people who use services at the heart of their own care and support. This requires a different approach from the social care workforce. This At a glance summary presents some ideas about how to successfully change social care services.

Nutritional care and older people

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This At a glance summary examines nutritional care in relation to older people. As part of its Nutrition Action Plan, the Department of Health has asked SCIE to provide guidance on nutrition for the social care sector.

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