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Reducing parental conflict and alcohol dependency during lockdown

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With families trapped at home during lockdown, and family keyworkers needing to observe social distancing rules, local authority early help teams have been responding to rising levels of parental conflict. This good practice webinar shares some different strategies for supporting families who need help to reduce parental conflict and alcohol dependency 

You can view the event here

Sessions and speakers  

  • Reducing Parental Conflict Programme: an introduction - Patrick Myers and Emily Ingle, Department for Work and Pensions 
  • The children of alcohol dependent parents: learning from the innovation fund grants - Andrew Brown, Senior Programme Manager, Public Health England 
  • How Brighton are implementing both programmes - Sarah Colombo, Starting Well Programme Manager, Brighton & Hove Public Health 
  • Rochdale Relationships Matter: A Manifesto for the Rochdale Borough - Emily Nickson-Williams, Children’s Services, Rochdale BC 

Audience questions and poll results 

During the webinars participants were asked a couple of questions – results below. 

Reducing parental conflict and alcohol dependency during lockdown Q&A Session



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