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We are increasingly seeing, from both Irish and international research, that early intervention can offer significant benefits in terms of delivering best outcomes for children, disrupting the emergence of poor outcomes and generating longer-term returns to the state and society. I welcome the findings and recommendations of this report on how we integrate and mainstream prevention and early intervention practice into child and family services (Former Children’s Minister, Frances Fitzgerald)
The Prevention and Early Intervention Network (PEIN) brings together evidence-based practice, advocacy and research organisations seeking to improve outcomes for children, young people and families and to promote quality, evidence-based / evidence-informed practice in prevention and early intervention.
Submission on Developing a Community Nursing and Midwifery Response to an Integrated Model of Care Consultation Document
April 2017 1. Introduction The Children’s Rights Alliance1 and the Prevention and Early Intervention Network2 welcome the opening of a […]