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11 May 2017
The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) has appointed Dr Jo Casebourne as its new chief executive. Casebourne will take up the post in August.
4 April 2017
Ben Lewing recaps the key themes and topics from the second meeting of the EIF Places Network.
4 April 2017
The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) welcomes the government’s fresh focus on evidence-based family support interventions, as set out in the paper published today by DWP. 'Improving lives: Helping workless families' highlights the importance of evidence-based interventions designed to address the multiple and overlapping disadvantages experienced by workless families and the significantly poorer outcomes faced by their children. The government has taken the welcome and essential step of embedding this fresh focus on evidence-based interventions into plans for the next phase of the Troubled Families programme.
20 February 2017
Carey Oppenheim: "It is with a mixture of sadness and some trepidation that I will be leaving EIF in the summer, once we have a new chief executive in place. Meanwhile, it is business as usual."
11 July 2016
This year EIF has begun to rate EI programmes in house for the first time. Our “Foundations for Life: What Works to Support Parent Child Interaction in the Early Years” and “What Works to Enhance Inter-Parental Relationships and Improve Outcomes for Children” reports include ratings made by EIF rather than those of other clearinghouses as have been used in our existing Guidebook Library of Programmes.
20 June 2016
The Early Intervention Foundation has been funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to undertake a programme of work on the relational, social and emotional capabilities and assets of children and families either in or at risk of poverty.
18 March 2016
7 March 2016
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