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Supporting families under pressure with multidisciplinary teams

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Ewan King, Director of Business Development and Delivery at the Social Care Institute for Excellence, explains how multidisciplinary teams are improving experiences and outcomes for individuals and families with care and support needs that cross traditional professional and organisational boundaries.

Healthy weight promotion for Troubled Families

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A infographic that shows core meassages on how to achieve a healthier weight in school aged children

Nearly a third of children aged 10-11 years in England are either overweight or obese. To help tackle this Public Health England has developed a suite of practical resources to support health and care professionals to enable children, young people and families to make positive food choices to achieve a healthier weight.

Helping Job Centre staff ‘Think Family’ in Cambridgeshire

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Toddler holding the hands of two adults

Transforming public services to work with families with multiple and complex problems in an integrated, whole-family way, is one of the Troubled Families Programme’s objectives and is key to delivery of the local programme in Cambridgeshire. This includes helping all …

From neighbours to partners: Leek Citizens Advice and Staffordshire Moorlands Families Intervention Project

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In March 2015 our small Citizens Advice office moved into Moorlands House in Leek, a local authority building which houses a range of services including adult and child safeguarding, council tax recovery, benefits, housing options and the Families  Intervention Project …