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Exploring practices and experiences within a Welsh multi-agency young families project / Susanne, Darra

Swansea University Author: Susanne, Darra

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JIG-SO is an early intervention, multi-agency project, consisting of a dedicated team of Midwives, Family Facilitators, Nursery Nurses, Early Language Development Workers and Managers. The team works across Swansea, to support the well-being of vulnerable and expectant young parents [aged 16-24] fro...

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Published: 2019
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa51337
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Abstract: JIG-SO is an early intervention, multi-agency project, consisting of a dedicated team of Midwives, Family Facilitators, Nursery Nurses, Early Language Development Workers and Managers. The team works across Swansea, to support the well-being of vulnerable and expectant young parents [aged 16-24] from 17 weeks of pregnancy and throughout the child’s infant years. It is part of the Welsh Government’s Flying Start and Families First programmes. This report draws on a yearlong qualitative and quantitative research study to explore the practices and experiences of staff and service users.
Keywords: Parenting; Vulnerable; Multi-agency
College: College of Human and Health Sciences