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Creating a market for parenting classes and advice – CANparent trial update

22 June 2012
This issue gives a detailed update on the parenting classes vouchers trial launched by the Prime Minister this summer.
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Reducing the stigma of parenting support

30 March 2012
This issue looks at ways of improving the public perceptions of parenting support and enabling more parents to feel empowered in choosing to engage with programmes and classes.  
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Postnatal depression: support for mothers and fathers

12 December 2011
This issue focusses on postnatal depression and the effect this can have on the relationship between mother and child and the child’s development, and the relationship between the parents. It also looks at fathers and postnatal depression.
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Informal social support

05 October 2011
Informal social support can be valuable for new parents. This issue looks at different types of social support and the effect it has on different groups of parents.
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Preparing for parenthood

01 September 2011
This edition forcusses on preparing for parenthood, including articles on the Family Nurse Partnership.
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Working with hard to reach parents

01 April 2011
Supporting homeless parents in Bristol, and outreach programmes with Gyosy, Roma and Traveller communities.
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Involving parents in services

01 February 2011
Featuring peer support parenting programmes in Southwark, Partnerships with Parents and Carers and the Community Mothers programme in North Lanarkshire
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Breaking the cycle

01 December 2010
Supporting families to breakt the intergenerational cycles of deprivation and neglect with features by Action for Children and Adopt Resources.
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