Quarterly Early Intervention Places Meeting

This is the fourth meeting for all leads from the 20 EI Places. At the meeting every Place will be asked to present on the main actions they are taking to improve their local Early Intervention Offer. The EIF will also provide a further update on the evidence on what works.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Ann.Griffiths@eif.org.uk

Event Details

24 July 2014

10:30 - 16:00
Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS

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Event Material

Slides

- Making the Case for Early Intervention - - What Makes a Good Early Intervention Strategy - - Challenges and Issues in Using and Improving Evidence - - Evidencing the Impact of Early Intervention

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