London, United Kingdom, September 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Capita’s 6th National Supporting Teenage Parents Conference coincides with the Government’s renewed emphasis on early intervention strategies designed to improve life chances and narrow the achievement gap of young parents.
This new agenda brings together comprehensive guidance on the Child Poverty Strategy, development of Community Budgets for families with multiple problems and the refocusing of Children’s Centres on the most in-need groups. To sustain the positive outcomes achieved under the previous Teenage Pregnancy Strategy, it is essential to implement new ways of working, understand the indictors driving performance and develop effective multi-agency responses.
Attend this event to gain both strategic and practical advice on:
-The forthcoming Youth Policy Statement and the Department of Health Sexual Health Policy Document
-Developing robust, local strategies for tackling child poverty that is responsive to the needs of young families
-Commissioning and sustaining evidenced-based, early intervention programmes, including Family Nurse Partnerships
-Meeting the 60% target of teenage mothers in full-time education and training
-How to signpost and access sustainable supported housing
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For more information, contact Catherine Kennedy on 020 7202 0557 or at firstname.lastname@example.org