Think child, think parent, think family: Final evaluation report – Parental mental health – Final evaluation: Learning lessons and putting it into practice – Social Care Institute for Excellence [UK] – 6 March 2012

Posted on March 13, 2012. Filed under: Child Health / Paediatrics, Mental Health Psychi Psychol |

Think child, think parent, think family: Final evaluation report – Parental mental health – Final evaluation: Learning lessons and putting it into practice – Social Care Institute for Excellence [UK] – 6 March 2012

“Getting it right for families affected by parental mental ill health can be challenging. A new evaluation report from SCIE the shows how ten implementation sites have tackled some of the barriers to providing holistic support. The implementation sites have consisted of five English local authority areas and the five Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Trusts.

The sites have worked to implement the recommendations of SCIE’s Think child, think parent, think family guide. Launched in 2009, this has provided advice and guidance on effective support that addresses children’s needs,whilst recognising the parental responsibilities of adults with mental health problems.

The sites found a range of ways to implement the recommendations, including: ”

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