London, United Kingdom, October 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- “Early and effective intervention can significantly reduce costs to the state, both in the short and long term, and deliver better results for the individuals involved.” -Angela Constance MSP Minister for Children and Young People, June 2011
The Scottish Government is developing new Early Years and Early Intervention legislation to ensure services join up effectively and deliver cost effective and outcome driven solutions.
Capita’s conference on Early Intervention for Vulnerable Families in Scotland provides crucial guidance on developing the Early Years Framework to shift the focus of service planning, design and delivery away from crisis management and towards prevention, early identification and early intervention in order to give every child the best possible start in life.
This timely conference offers an excellent opportunity to hear from leading experts and reflect upon good practice including:
How the Early Years Early Action Fund will bring public, private and voluntary organisations together to support local communities
Demonstrating cost effectiveness to attract continued funding
Delivering Scotland’s first Child Poverty Strategy to increase opportunities and positive outcomes for the whole family
Supporting a multi-agency approach to help families with complex health needs
Attend this important event to learn how to effectively embed early intervention and prevention strategies in your area. Don’t miss the chance to discover how to work more creatively with local partners and build a shared responsibility to support the complex needs of disadvantaged families.
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