Parenting support and parental participation: Mapping parenting support in the Irish context
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Connolly, N., Devaney, C. and Crosse, R. (2017) Parenting Support and Parental Participation: Mapping Parenting Support in the Irish Context. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway.
This study provides a mapping of parenting support service provision in Ireland. It outlines the policy context, the existing evidence base and is informed by the best available data. It details the delivery of services in specific geographical areas to provide additional insight, highlighting the similarities and diversity across areas in providing parenting support.
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