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Using evidence

Effective early intervention is evidence-based early intervention: it is designed and delivered in a way which has been shown to work in the past. While evidence is only one ingredient in decisions about the design and delivery of services, on balance, people who receive interventions shown through robust methods to have improved outcomes are more likely to benefit and to a greater degree than those who receive other services. These items touch on different aspects of using evidence to inform your work.

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