Practice Guidance

Family support: how to ensure a family has adequate resources

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Introduction

Return to model of concurrent intervention “Living on a low income in a rundown neighbourhood does not make it impossible to be an affectionate, authoritative parent. But it undeniably makes it more difficult.”  (Utting, D (1995) Family and Parenthood: Supporting Families, Preventing Breakdown. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.) Why it is important to ensure the family […]

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