- Working with partners
- Working with families
- Quality improvement
In Fife, we have adopted a range of evidence based programmes for families. These programmes provide support by promoting positive attachment relationships and helping parents and carers to develop their parenting skills. You can find more information about evidence based approaches in the Fife’s Family and Parenting Support Strategy.
Bookbug provide free book bags and run free story, song and rhymes sessions to help:
For information contact: email@example.com
The PEEP Learning Together Programme offers an effective way of helping:
For Information contact: Rachel.Marshall@fife.gov.uk
The Solihull Approach aims to increase emotional health and well-being, through workforce resources and training:
For Information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mellow Parenting Programmes are based on the psychological theories of attachment, social learning and cognitive behavioural therapy. The groups focus on improving parent-child relationships, for both male or female caregivers, from the antenatal period up to age five.
For Information contact: email@example.com
The Incredible Years® Series is a set of interlocking, comprehensive, and developmentally based programs targeting parents, teachers and children. Programmes are designed to work jointly to promote emotional, social, and academic competence and prevent/reduce and treat behavioural / emotional problems.
For Information (0-5 years) contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information (5-12 years) Contact email@example.com
The 7 Habits of Successful Families is an engaging, family-strengthening programme.
Participants on the programme:
For information contact: Vicky.Wilson@fife.gov.uk
Family Support Service Team offer home based support to families and encourage participation in local groups. The Parenting Support Service can offer home based support for families with more complex needs.
For information contact:
CEDAR+ (children experiencing domestic abuse recovery) is a therapeutic programme for children (0-16 years) and their mothers to recover from their shared experience of domestic abuse. There is a focus on helping mothers understand domestic abuse through their children’s eyes and to support them to help their own child’s recovery. There is a focus on attachment and the mother /child relationship, helping children to express their feelings and to understand they are not to blame.
Families need to be in a safe place where they are able to talk about their experiences, mothers and children are both encouraged to attend group (concurrent for 4+ years)
For information contact:
Tel: 01592 583676
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