This workshop was attended by our pioneering 20 Places and looked at how places can best use data and intelligence to understand the drivers of outcomes for children and families in their area, and to track overall progress in improving outcomes in the local population. In the afternoon, the EIF provided support and advice on setting up a rigorous local evaluation.
The day covered the following –
- The EIF’s ambition for understanding Early Intervention needs and outcomes
- Measuring Early Intervention needs and outcomes – what does the research evidence tell us and how does that compare to current practice?
- Using the Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Framework to support EI
- Gathering new data using the Children Count Survey of Child Wellbeing
- Measuring the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on adult health and social outcomes in Blackburn with Darwen
- The EIF’s ambition for evaluation Early Intervention
- Early Intervention evaluation partnerships support form the Economic and Social Research Council
- Good impact evaluation design – basic principles
- The practicalities of rigorous impact evaluation
- Measuring the impact of Integrated Early Support in West Cheshire
- Embedding cost benefit analysis in Greater Manchester
- Evaluating the ‘cashable savings’ generated from a key worker approach in Worcestershire
- The EIF’s next steps
You can download the slides used on the day via the links on the right.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org