This day conference is hosted with the belief that all professionals in health, education and social care should have knowledge of at least three evidence-based approaches and best practices for social inclusion. Both goals of achieving predictable improved child outcomes and engaging disadvantaged families are important. A panel showcasing eight evidence-based parenting programmes is followed by each approach conducting 3 repeated one-hour workshops. Participants can learn about three unique and effective approaches. The conference offers the chance to learn about and discuss evidence-based practices with experts and their strategies for involving socially marginalised families. The perspectives of service user-parents will be included all day at every level.
If you have colleagues or associates who may be interested in this conference, please pass on this information.
Time: 8.30am to 5.15pm
Location: Middlesex University, Hendon campus
Further information: Early-bird registration fee until 23 August: £60 (includes lunch)
After 23 August: £90 (includes lunch)
If you would like to book, please click on the link below and follow the instructions for registration. www.onlinestore.mdx.ac.uk
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