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Realising the potential of early intervention
From a report by Early Intervention Foundation
Early intervention is as pertinent to societal concerns today as it ever was. A report by the Early Intervention Foundation gives some insights into the latest state of play.
The friendship bench
From an article by the BBC
Zimbabwe has been pioneering a groundbreaking mental health programme with stunning results. It uses public benches and a team of grandmothers to tackle depression.
Divorce rate falls by 28% after relationship education programme
From a blog by The Institute of Family Studies
Can we scale up Relationship Education services to saturate a community? Could Relationship Education make a larger impact than for just a few couples?
The effect of 'community' on health
From Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
The death rate from all causes was 30% lower than expected. There was no suicide, no alcoholism, no drug addiction. People were dying of old age - that’s all.
In our efforts to protect, are we increasing children's anxiety?
To become a confident, competent adult, should children go outside more, make their own mistakes and figure things out? Putting children in control helps them learn to solve problems, and cope better in new environments.
The Heckman Equation
From research by Professor James Heckman
Early nurturing, learning experiences and physical health from ages 0-5 greatly impact success or failure in society. The best time to develop skills, social abilities is in the very early years when developmental support is most effective.
Give managers basic training in mental health
From a blog by Quartz
Training managers to help care for employees' mental health would turn a contributing factor of mental illness—the workplace—into a protective one.
Teenage mental health and family life
From an article by the Marriage Foundation
It should be fairly self-evident that the main way we cope with life depends in large part on the security we get from what is going on at home. Research shows two key factors..
From an article by the World Bank
Why are positive role models considered powerful? An experiment in Uganda goes some way towards answering this question.
Shelter design can help people recover from homelessness
The interior design of homeless shelters or transitional accommodation can either support or hinder people’s ability to assert control over their future and their self-esteem.
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