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2 May 2018

Writing for Community Practitioner, Stephanie Waddell takes a hard look at the implications of the mental health green paper, and how to ensure the potential benefits of social & emotional learning in schools are realised.

12 December 2017

The House of Commons science and technology select committee's inquiry into evidence-based early intervention is a welcome step and a timely one: we know that the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) approach is an increasingly prominent part of the early intervention landscape, and so now is the right moment to reflect on what we know about this body of research and how it should be applied – and, just as importantly, how it should not.

8 November 2017

Jo Casebourne speaks with Derren Hayes, editor of Children & Young People Now.

5 June 2017

The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) has appointed two new trustees to its board: Ben Lucas and Ryan Shorthouse.

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."

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