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Realising the potential of early intervention in the · PDF file EARLY INTERVENTION FOUNDATION What is effective early intervention? Not all early intervention is effective or has

Jun 02, 2020

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  • Realising the potential of early intervention in the early years

    Ben Lewing

    Assistant Director, Policy and Practice Early Intervention Foundation

  • Interpreting the evidence

  • The EIF Guidebook

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    NE NL2 2 3 4

    Distribution of interventions by level of evidence (n=75)

    NE NL2 2 3 4

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    4 % 7%

    46 %

    Behaviour Cognitive

    development

    Attachment

    75 programmes across 3 domains

    Foundations for Life: What works to support

    parent-child interaction in the early years

  • Conflict between parents

    • Normal?

    • Constructive

    • Destructive

  • Language as a child wellbeing indicator “Early language acquisition impacts on all aspects of young children’s non-physical development.

    It contributes to their ability to manage emotions and communicate feelings, to establish & maintain relationships, to think symbolically, and to learn to read and write.

    While the majority of young children acquire language effortlessly, a significant minority do not.

    We believe the fundamental link between language & other social, emotional and learning outcomes makes early language development a primary indicator of child wellbeing.”