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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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Making sense of attachment in adoptive and foster families.

A resource pack relating to work with children with attachment difficulties and their adoptive or fostering families. It aims to inform practitioners working with such families and includes explanations of attachment theory, reactive attachment disorder, safe holding therapy, and domestic violence n...

Building resilience in families under stress: Supporting families affected by parental substance misuse and/or mental health problems.

A handbook for practitioners working with vulnerable families, statutary or voluntary children's and adult services. It can be used by professionals to help them consider not only what the implications are for children and families affected by parental substance misuse and mental health problems, bu...

Think Family Pathfinders: Research update

The first in a series of updates from the Think Family Pathfinders Evaluation, providing background information on the Family Pathfinders' Programme, an overview of families involved, needs and levels of risk, models of delivery adopted, examples of new ways of working with families at risk of poor ...

Understanding children's well-being: A national survey of young people's well-being.

A report prepared in collaboration with the University of York and with a strong focus on gathering views and information from young people themselves. The first phase of this project involved gathering views from young people about the factors which they felt affected their well-being. This infor...

Parenting outcomes framework for London.

An evaluation framework commissioned by Government Office for London to help local authorities and their partners to focus on the impact and outcomes of support activity and on the difference their strategy has made. The framework uses existing performance measurement tools to demonstrate the contri...

Seen and heard:reclaiming the public realm with children and young people.

Until now action to improve lives of children and young people has tended to focus on the spheres of home and school. Yet quality of life also depends on having access to shared resources such as street, parks, town centres and playgrounds.With trends in Britain pointing towards less outdoor play, i...

Assessments of parenting and parenting support need: A study of four professional groups.

A study of how health, education and family practitioners assess what support parents might need. It also considers if and how the practitioners' approaches were affected by factors such as practitioners' own experience of being a parent, relationships with their own parents, their ethnicity, social...

Fathers and parenting interventions: What works?

Preliminary research findings which examine evidence about the engagement of fathers in parent education and training, and makes practical recommendations for how commissioners and service providers can improve local parenting services. The report critically assesses, and highlights gaps in, the evi...
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