Early intervention In The UK

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Early intervention In The UK

Our commitment to early intervention into families where children have been identified as at risk has played a vital role in resolving many problems before they escalate to a level where children need to be removed.  ~ Westiminster

Source: Why Westminster is bucking the trend in children’s care proceedings

Early Intervention Foundation will shortly be publishing details of a wide range of early intervention programmes which focus on parent child interaction in the early years, addressing attachment, cognitive development and social and emotional skills. This will be a useful resource for commissioners as many of the interventions have evidence of effectiveness. The work of making the UK an early intervention place for families and communities continues.”
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One Response to Early intervention In The UK

  1. If “early intervention” means snatching a baby at birth from a sane mother, for” risk of emotional abuse” then whoever is involved in such barbarity should be locked up for a very long time ! Punishing mothers for a risk that may never happen takes place when social workers backed up by judges presume to read the future and confiscate babies to meet adoption targets and fill their scorecards! They never reveal whether they are using a crystal ball,tarot cards,or simple tea leaves to justify their predictions.If only the “SS” would leave fortune telling to Gypsy Rose Lee and her relations who do it for a living, they would get a much more accurate picture …………Punishment without crime is itself a crime and perpetrators should be severely punished.

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