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Our library of parenting resources was built up in partnership with colleagues at the Family and Parenting Institute and named in honour of Richard Evans, the benefactor of the Artemis Trust, the first funder of Parenting UK. Richard Evans and his late wife, Gai, made an indispensible contribution to making available services that are respectful of parents and children.

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Parenting in ordinary families: Diversity, complexity and change.

Health and social service workers often have to decide whether parenting is appropriate; policy-makers planning services for families need information about parenting norms and detrimental parenting. This report looks at parenting during early and middle childhood and how it changes over time, and i...

The Children's Plan Toolkit.

An information pack to help practitioners and those they work with understand The Children's Plan. Includes: Summaries of the plan, including versions for parents and for young people; a Power Point presentation explaining the contents of the plan; web based material which can be included on other o...

The needs and experiences of parents of young people who have mental health difficulties.

Report of research aiming to find out about the experience of parents whose teenagers have had common mental health difficulties such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders and self-harm, and to use this in developing training for practitioners. The report aims to five a flavour of the parents' pe...

Man made: Men, masculinities and equality in public policy. Executive summary.

The Coalition on Men and Boys aims to put issues of concern to men and boys on the public policy agenda, within the context of moving towards greater gender equality. The full report provides an in-depth picture of the circumstances and needs of men and boys in England and Walse and the issues they...

Man made: Men, masculinities and equality in public policy.

The Coalition on Men and Boys aims to put issues of concern to men and boys on the public policy agenda, within the context of moving towards greater gender equality. This report provides an in-depth picture of the circumstances and needs of men and boys in England and Walse and the issues they curr...

Think Family toolkit: Improving support for families at risk.

A toolkit to support 'Think Family' practice. Think Family aims to reform systems and services provided for vulnerable children, young people and adults to secure better outcomes for children, by coordinating the support they receive from children's, adults' and family services. Includes a strategic...

Tackling childhood obesity with HENRY: a handbook for community practitioners.

Childhood obesity is now a key issue on the national agenda, and the government has set targets to reduce levels of obesity in children as they start school. The book describes and supports the HENRY approach Health Exercise Nutrition for the Really Young, offering practitioners an approach that wil...

Parenting and wellbeing: knitting families together.

Part of the parenting strand of the Local Wellbeing PRoject, this report argues that parenting support often fails because it ignores the wellbeing of parents themselves. It aims to explore the practical steps that local authorities can take to improve the wellbeing of parents and carers as well as ...
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