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23 June 2017
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.
28 April 2017
New research affirms the link between a family’s experience of poverty or economic pressure, parental conflict and an increased risk of long-term negative outcomes for children. This finding, combined with new qualitative research highlighting the barriers to accessing relationship support, suggests that those who may benefit most from this kind of support may be least likely to receive it.
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.
6 December 2016
The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) responds to the Safeguarding Pressures Phase 5 report, published on Monday by the Association of Directors of Children’s Services (ADCS).
17 November 2016
The cost of picking up the pieces from damaging social problems affecting children, young people and families such as domestic violence and abuse, mental health, abuse and neglect, unemployment and youth crime remains almost £17 billion a year, new research shows.
9 August 2016
Carey Oppenheim, chief executive of the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF), responding to press reports on the effectiveness of the Troubled Families programme
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