Practice Guidance

Increasing parental motivation and aspiration

description_of_image_used_in_adoption_support_services_happy_adoptive_mother_and_child_having_a_discussion_together Photo: Janine Wiedel/REX/Shutterstock

Introduction

Return to model of concurrent intervention Change is desirable and better outcomes are possible. Why increasing motivation and aspiration is important Neglectful caregivers rarely refer themselves for services to help them to stop neglecting their children. In fact, even though they may recognise some deficits in their parenting it is unlikely they will see themselves […]

You need to log in to Community Care Inform to view this content. If you have a subscription, please log in here.

Please contact the Community Care Inform helpdesk or phone 020 3915 9444 if you require support or assistance or are unsure if you have a subscription. You can see a list of subscribing local authorities and organisations here.

If you don’t currently have access, click here to find out more about subscribing to Community Care Inform.