Home visiting

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Nurse home visiting
NARROWER TERMS


Briefing paper

Interventions for parents and families: the evidence for improving emotional outcomes for children

Parents and the family and home environment play a central role in the early learning and development of infants and children. A range of interventions exist to support parents and families, particularly in situations where the family is vulnerable and/or where the infant or child...
Briefing paper

Interventions for parents and families: the evidence for improving physical health and wellbeing outcomes for children

This briefing paper describes the extent to which interventions for parents and families can improve child physical health and wellbeing outcomes.
Briefing paper

Interventions for parents and families: the evidence for improving social outcomes for children

Parents and the family and home environment play a central role in the early learning and development of infants and children. A range of interventions exist to support parents and families, particularly in situations where the family is vulnerable and/or where the infant or child...
Report

Interventions for parents and families: the evidence for improving language, cognitive and communication outcomes for children

Parents and the family and home environment play a central role in the early learning and development of infants and children. A range of interventions exist to support parents and families, particularly in situations where the family is vulnerable and/or where the infant or child...
Literature review

Evidence-based service modules for a sustained home visiting program

The Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH) at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and the Royal Children’s Hospital has undertaken two literature reviews to inform the design of a sustained home visiting program for vulnerable families with young children; the program is now known as...
Literature review

Sustained home visiting for vulnerable families and children: a review of effective processes and strategies

Parenting young children has become a more complex and stressful business, especially for those families in our community with the least resources (Grose, 2006; Hayes et al, 2010; Poole, 2004; Richardson & Prior, 2005; Trask, 2010). A widening gap exists between families that function well...
Report

Home visiting programs for the prevention of child abuse

The most widely recognised approach to child abuse prevention is a model that draws together the concepts surrounding primary, secondary and tertiary intervention. Primary prevention refers to stopping abuse before it starts by targeting members of the community through broad-based programs directed at populations of...