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promoting family well-being: through family support services . Final Evaluation of Springboard January 2000 to May 2001. This report is the final evaluation of the three year pilot phase of the Springboard initiative and sets out to answer the question: has Springboard improved the well-being of children and parents and how have its services been received? The Springboard Family Support pilot projects for children at risk is the first major family support initiative of its kind in Ireland. It was established by the Department of Health and Children in 1998 with approval from the Cabinet Committee on Social Inclusion.
Until recently, family support has been a neglected aspect of family policy Family support is generally seen as a way of promoting healthy relationships in families and preventing.
Until recently, family support has been a neglected aspect of family policy. In many instances, it has been overshadowed by interventions which have focused predominantly on child protection. There is now a widespread perception that the child protection aspect of family policy needs to be complemented by a more broadly-based family support approach. That is the underlying rationale of the Springboard initiative. Family support is generally seen as a way of promoting healthy relationships in families and preventing dysfunctional relationships from getting worse.
Evaluating Springboard: Impact of a family support programme in Ireland. The article reports results from an evaluation of Springboard, a family support programme introduced in Ireland during 1998. Families and Single Fathers in Ireland.
g family well-being: through family support services. K McKeown, T Haase, J Pratschke. Department of Health and Children, 2001. Dying in hospital in Ireland: an assessment of the quality of care in the last week of life, report 5, final synthesis report. K McKeown, T Haase, J Pratschke, S Twomey, H Donovan, F Engling. Dublin: Irish Hospice Foundation, 2010.
We also have the Parent Plus Working Things Out programme which is a group for teenagers to gain skills to deal with life's challenges and also a pilot of the new Parents Plus Special Needs parenting programme for parents of adolescents (10+) who have an Intellectual Disability.
McKeown . Haasse . Pratschke J. (2001) Springboard: Promoting Family Well-being Through Family Support Services. McKeown . Pratschke . Haase T. (2003) Family Well-Being: What Makes a Difference. Dublin: Department of Health and ChildrenGoogle Scholar. Shannon: The Ceifin CentreGoogle Scholar. Tourism Management 22: 351–362CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 1997) Criteria for indicators of child well-being.
Increased family support services and supports for students with emotional and behavioural problems. Evaluation of Suaimhneas. Springboard promoting family well-being: Through family support services.
The results of the final evaluation report, Springboard: Promoting family well-being through family support services, were published in December 2001
The results of the final evaluation report, Springboard: Promoting family well-being through family support services, were published in December 2001. La OMC también publicó un folleto titulado Gender Aware Trade Policy: A Springboard for Women's Economic Empowerment en el que se explica. cómo puede el comercio ser un motor de el empoderamiento económico de las mujeres. The WTO also released a brochure, Gender-Aware Trade Policy: A Springboard for Women's Economic Empowerment, on how trade can be. a driving force for women's economic empowerment.
Kieran McKeown Jonathan Pratschke . Kieran McKeown Limited. Everyone knows that families are important but how exactly do they influence our well-being? That is the key question at the heart of this study. The results indicate that problem-solving styles promote well-being while engaging, withdrawing and compliant styles reduce it. The broader socio-economic environment of the family also has some direct influence on physical and psychological well-being particularly through the occurrence of negative life events such as the death of a friend, financial problems or problems at work as well as through feeling financially secure.
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Publisher: Stationery Office (2001)
Pages: 186 pages