Lee Pope, Senior Policy Adviser in the Data Policy and Governance team at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, tells us what he has learnt from his travels round the country promoting the public service delivery power within Part 5 of the Digital Economy Act.
Find out how we’re learning what works to reduce parental conflict. Patrick Myers, Senior Ambassador - Reducing Parental Conflict Team (DWP), talks about the Local Family Offer evaluation and DWP's new £2.7 million Reducing Parental Conflict Challenge Fund.
Dr Marc van Roosmalen, Joint Psychological Therapies Lead at Luton CAMHS explains how Luton Early Help services are developing their whole family approach to supporting children, young people and their families.
Children in Need have much poorer educational outcomes than their peers on average, but can succeed and fulfil their potential with the right support. Ola Wojnowska, Policy Adviser in the Children in Need Review team, shares best practice from the government’s recent Children in Need Review
Ewan King, Director of Business Development and Delivery at the Social Care Institute for Excellence, explains how multidisciplinary teams are improving experiences and outcomes for individuals and families with care and support needs that cross traditional professional and organisational boundaries.
Find out about how Oldham's Community Transformation model is driving a whole population, whole system and placed based approach to early intervention and prevention.
Nearly a third of children aged 10-11 years in England are either overweight or obese. To help tackle this Public Health England has developed a suite of practical resources to support health and care professionals to enable children, young people and families to make positive food choices to achieve a healthier weight.
Alima Qureshi from the Troubled Families Team went to Copenhagen to see how it combines social care, employment and health services. Find out what she learned.
Transforming public services to work with families with multiple and complex problems in an integrated, whole-family way, is one of the Troubled Families Programme’s objectives and is key to delivery of the local programme in Cambridgeshire. This includes helping all …
Dorset was one of 12 ‘Local Family Offer’ areas working with Department for Work and Pensions to seek ways of reducing the negative impact of inter-parental conflict on children and young people. Staff surveys of County Council employees showed that …
Background School Home Support works with a number of young people who are or have been at risk of knife related crime. A strong multi-agency approach, clear information sharing, and knowledge of the local area and its resources are fundamental …