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Child First

Child First is a home-based, therapeutic intervention targeting young children at risk of emotional problems, developmental delay, and abuse and neglect.
  • Evidence rating: 3
  • Cost rating: 5
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: No
  • Age group:
    Infants
    Toddlers
  • Delivery model: Home visiting
  • Main setting:
    Home
  • Other setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted indicated

Child-Parent Psychotherapy

Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) is a psychoanalytic intervention targeting mothers and preschool children (aged three to five) who may have experienced trauma or abuse (eg domestic violence), or are otherwise at risk of an insecure attachment and/or other behavioural and emotional problems.
  • Evidence rating: 3+
  • Cost rating: NA
  • Child outcomes:
    Supporting children's mental health and wellbeing
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Individual
  • Main setting:
    Home
    Out-patient health setting
  • Other setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
    Primary school
    Secondary school
    Sixth-form or FE college
    Community centre
    In-patient health setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted indicated

Children’s University

Children’s University (CU) is a universal school-based programme for children between the ages of 5 and 14. It is delivered in and outside of school and aims to improve children’s aspirations, attainment, and skills by offering learning activities beyond the normal school day.
  • Evidence rating: 2
  • Cost rating: 1
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Primary school
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Primary school
  • Classification:
    Universal

Circle of Security (Group)

Circle of Security (COS) was developed to increase attachment security among socially disadvantaged children between the ages of one and five.
  • Evidence rating: 2
  • Cost rating: 2
  • Child outcomes:
    Supporting children's mental health and wellbeing
  • UK provision: No
  • Age group:
    Toddlers
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Other setting:
    In-patient health setting
    Out-patient health setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

Circle of Security Parenting

Circle of Security Parenting (COS-P) is a parenting programme for caregivers of children between the ages of 4 months and 6 years. It is a targeted-selective programme delivered in a variety of settings (e.g. children's centres, CAMHS units, fostering and adoption units) and aims to improve children’s attachment.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 1
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Preschool
    Primary school
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Other setting:
    Community centre
    Out-patient health setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

Dare to be You

Dare to be You (DTBY) aims to reduce the likelihood of adolescent substance misuse by promoting family resilience in at-risk families with a child between the ages of two and five years old.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: NA
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: No
  • Age group:
    Toddlers
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Other setting:
    Primary school
    Secondary school
    Sixth-form or FE college
    Community centre
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

Doodle Den

Doodle Den is a literacy support after-school programme. It is a targeted-indicated programme for children between the ages of 5 and 7. It is delivered in primary school, community centres or libraries and aims to support children to fully participate in education, address delays, and to improve educational outcomes.
  • Evidence rating: 3
  • Cost rating: 2
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: No
  • Age group:
    Primary school
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Primary school
  • Other setting:
    Community centre
  • Classification:
    Targeted indicated

Early Talk Boost

Early Talk Boost (ETB) is an intervention for children with delayed language. It is a targeted programme for children between the ages of 3 and 4. It is delivered in children’s centres or other early years settings by early years practitioners, and aims to improve children’s core language skills, as well as academic attainment and social/emotional difficulties in the longer term.
  • Evidence rating: 2
  • Cost rating: 1
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted indicated

EasyPeasy

EasyPeasy is a universal parenting programme for families with children between the ages of 2–5 years. It is delivered in the family home, children’s centres or other early years settings, and primary schools. The programme aims to improve language, communication, and self-regulation.
  • Evidence rating: 2+ (mixed findings)
  • Cost rating: 1
  • Child outcomes:
    Supporting children's mental health and wellbeing
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Preschool
    Primary school
  • Delivery model: Online or app
    Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Other setting:
    Home
    Primary school
  • Classification:
    Universal

Empowering Parents, Empowering Communities

Empowering Parents, Empowering Communities (EPEC) is for disadvantaged families experiencing behavioural difficulties with a child between the ages of two and 11.
  • Evidence rating: 3
  • Cost rating: 1
  • Child outcomes:
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Toddlers
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
    Primary school
    Secondary school
    Community centre
  • Other setting:
    Out-patient health setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted indicated