The Cost-Effectiveness of UK Parenting Programmes for Preventing Children’s Behaviour Problems – A Review of the Evidence

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

This paper reviews the economic evidence available to support or question claims that parenting programmes can be a cost-effective component in early intervention packages.

Parenting programmes’ long-term effectiveness as part of routine practice has yet to be proven. Picture: Syda Productions/Adobe Stock
Parenting programmes’ long-term effectiveness as part of routine practice has yet to be proven. Picture: Syda Productions/Adobe Stock

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