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  • Coordination between agencies in Europe and the UK to support children and families

    Integrated working between services for families, in fields such as education, health, youth welfare, employment and criminal justice, has been tried in different European contexts. The goal has been to improve support for children and families, and to potentially reduce inequalities. “Inter-agency working in Europe and the Uk to support vulnerable young children and families” is the […]

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  • Analysing Parent- and Family-Focused Support in Portugal

    In Europe, different approaches are used to support families of young children and to promote the quality of their home learning environment. In a new article, ISOTIS researchers Joana Cadima and Gil Nata (University of Porto) discuss the contextual factors, facilitators and underlying challenges of family support services in Portugal. “Parent- and family-focused support in […]

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  • ICT as a resource for family support programmes

    The integration and use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is seen as a promising approach for family support programmes. Our team studied promising or successful programmes focused on family and parenting support, and found that, in some cases, ICT was used as a communication tool to overcome language challenges. However, the team also found […]

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  • Integrating information on service coordination with parents’ and professionals’ experiences

    Colleagues from England, the Netherlands, Greece and Portugal met at the University of Coimbra, Portugal, to discuss next steps in the scope of the project. Our team aims to develop a comprehensive overview, relating information on service coordination (in fields such as education, health, social work, and welfare) with experiences of parents and (para)professionals living in […]

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  • How can professionals working in culturally and linguistically diverse contexts be supported?

    In the current educational world, more and more professionals are faced with issues of inclusiveness and multilingualism – or the use of multiple languages – in their classroom or services. ISOTIS developed an inventory of promising interventions aimed to support professionals working with the issues of inclusiveness and multilingualism. Click here to read the full […]

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