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How GP-based service gives families better support

By Emily Rogers

| December 09, 2014

Wide-ranging family support improves the emotional wellbeing of families with complex needs.

Ask The Experts: Helping a child with dyspraxia

By Jeanie Lynch, Tracie Trimmer-Platman, Peter Lewis and June O'Sullivan

| November 25, 2014

Our panel offers advice on dyspraxia, sexually transmitted infections, countering radicalisation and a councillor speaking out of turn.

The father's involvement in a child's life can be easily overlooked, so services must work extra hard to engage with them.

Following cuts to single sex youth work services, the social enterprise Knowsley Youth Mutual set up a group to help local young women come together to share troubles and support each other to develop aspirations.

Ferndale Children's Residential Unit, Kirktintilloch - Care Inspectorate inspection - August 2014

How family bond is improved by play project

By Emily Rogers

| November 25, 2014

Play initiative helps to improve social skills for five- to 15-year-olds and build better relationships between the children and their parents.

How scheme stops teens dropping out

By Emily Rogers

| November 25, 2014

Project works to prevent vulnerable 14- and 15-year-olds dropping out of school.

Ask the Experts: Parents can help children to learn

By Jeanie Lynch, Tracie Trimmer-Platman, Peter Lewis and June O'Sullivan

| November 11, 2014

Our panel offers advice on supporting parents to educate their children, giving evidence in court, discussing porn and maintaining quality.

Behind the Inspection Rating: Tailored support brings success

By Tristan Donovan

| November 11, 2014

Integrate Families, Huddersfield, adoption support agency, inspection - August 2014

Skills for the Job: How to promote oral health

By Professor Elizabeth Kay

| November 11, 2014

Tooth brushing schemes in schools and nurseries, and fluoride varnishing for all children could help to prevent tooth decay.