Parenting programs

Briefing paper

1 Apr 2018
20

The early years are a critical time for children’s development. Parents’ engagement in their children’s early development and learning has an impact on children’s later educational and life experiences and parents differ in their levels of engagement.

Briefing paper

1 Feb 2018
13

Parental disadvantage, for example lower household income and lower education level, can affect child wellbeing and development. It has been linked to poorer child physical, emotional and cognitive development.

Briefing paper

29 Mar 2016
287

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

23 Mar 2016
209

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

23 Mar 2016
260

Describes the extent to which interventions for parents and families can improve child physical health and wellbeing outcomes.

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...

Report

22 Mar 2016
273

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...

Journal article

11 May 2009
34

Excluding very severe child abuse cases, biological parents are usually encouraged to maintain contact with their children in care. Parent-child contact is often considered important because it can maintain the child's psychological identity and well-being. It can also maintain parent-child attachment and in some cases...

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