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Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities Panel

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Panel Presentation from the Evidence Based Parenting Programmes and Social Inclusion conference held at Middlesex University, 20th September 2012

Panel Presentation from the Evidence Based Parenting Programmes and Social Inclusion conference held at Middlesex University, 20th September 2012

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  • 1. Strengthening Families, StrengtheningCommunities:An evidenced based Parent ProgrammeLeandra Box
  • 2. What is the Strengthening Families,Strengthening Communities Parent Programme? 13 weeks group programme Facilitated Evidence by 2 trained based practitioners Quality Manualised assured
  • 3. What is the Strengthening Families,Strengthening Communities Parent Programme? Positive discipline Enhancing Community involvement relation- ships Family/ cultural/ Rites of ethnic/ passage spirtual
  • 4. Income Annual household income of parents consistent over time 31% under £5,000 30% £5,000-£10,000 24% £10,000-£20,000 12% £20,000-£45,000 Under £5000 £5000-£10000 £10000-£20000 £20000-£45000 3% over £45,000 Over £45000
  • 5. Age Age of parents attending courses consistent over time 12% under 25 years 43% 26-35 years 34% 36-45 years 11% 46 years or over under 25 26-35 36-45 46 and over
  • 6. Ethnicity The data from 2009-10 shows: 49% BME background Indian Pakistani Bangladeshi 33% Community Other Asian Other Black Caribbean Chinese African White British languages White Irish White other Mixed ethnicity Other
  • 7. GenderMore fathers attending courses: 10% (2005-2006) 15% (2007-2010)More courses attracting fathers: 39% (2004/2005) 60% (2005-2010)More fathers on more courses: 8% (mixed) courses with 3 or more men (04/05) 14% (05-07) 23% (07-10)
  • 8. Why more fathers?• Programme curriculum• Strategies• Support• Training
  • 9. Find out more…..• www.raceequalityfoundation.org.uk• www.strengtheningpractice.org.uk• www.strengthening-families.org.uk