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One Glasgow 0 to 8 Early Intervention Early Intervention – Towards Prevention

Dec 16, 2015

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  • One Glasgow 0 to 8 Early Intervention Early Intervention Towards Prevention
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  • One Glasgow 0-8/EYC One Glasgow : a Total Place approach National Early Years Collaborative methodology ; stretch aims Three workstreams adopted from EYC Conception to age 1yr :led by NHS 1yr to 30 months :led by NHS 30 months to 8yrs :led by Education Multi-agency groups established to oversee progress reporting to Childrens Services Executive Group
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  • Multi agency response
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  • Finance Community Planning Partnership (2 million) Triple P Positive Parenting Programme Permanency planning Kinship Care Nurture Family support services Each agencys own core budget contribution Third sector funding Glasgow has been particularly successful
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  • Early Years in Glasgow 112 local authority establishments plus 90+ partnerships Term-time and extended (50 weeks) 7000+ places 25% for 0 to 3 proportionally much more than other authorities (1000 places for 2 to 3 years ; 450 places for under 2s) Impact of pricing policy occupancy gaps in areas of deprivation Most 3 and 4 year old children have always received 15 hours of free nursery education per week (570 hours annually) : extended to partner settings in Aug 2010. Universal. Children & Families Bill from August 2014 : further extension to 600 hours annually to include LAC / Kinship care 2 yr olds One Glasgow initial focus children under 3 esp. 2-3 yr olds
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  • Progress Workstream 1 : Conception to 1 yr Family Nurse Partnership Young Parents Support Base PACT review Permanency planning Additional recruitment for health care workers Challenges in terms of links with midwives and a lack of health visitors in parts of the city
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  • Progress Workstream 2 : 1yr to 30 months NHS Readiness to Learn Assessment at 30 months Multi agency learning sessions for practitioners organised to raise awareness Increase in nursery places for two year olds from 20% to 25% of all places Targeted support through SPPA for mother and toddler groups extended in 2013 PACT review ; FNP ; YPSB etc
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  • Progress Workstream 3 : 30 months to 8 yrs 46 family learning centres initially Pilot Joint Support Team established Family support extended : community based voluntary sector partnerships Multi-agency training underway Family support practitioner networks across the city Nurture in over 70 primary schools and 20 nurseries Towards a Nurturing City linked to Central Parenting Team SDQ completed for the whole pre-school population annually
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  • Family Learning Centres Community Assets Developing the philosophy Building on what we already have Strong partnerships with parents Trust and confidence Family projects / parenting programmes working in the community with the community Flexible approach not a one-size fits all Extended day versus term-time not an issue eg. partner support during holidays
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  • Next Steps Joint support teams to be extended across the city : rollout planned in line with Community Planning identified priority areas Family support being provided to be further extended : maximising existing partnerships ; new partnerships Staff training : comprehensive multi agency approach Research evidence base to be developed : GCPH ; SDQ
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  • But Long term programme : we need to remain committed to it EYC methodology testing but has still to be proved workable in this context Our overarching aim is to build better families who are able to better support their children This will take more than early intervention but is closely linked to the wellbeing of the city in every sense
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