Parenting support and parental participation: Parenting support champions questionnaire report
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Crosse, R. and Devaney, C. (2017) Parenting Support Champions Questionnaire Report. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway.
The purpose of the research is to ascertain the expectations for the role of Parenting Support Champions (PSC) from those who have volunteered for the position. Reasons why respondents volunteered for the role of PSC, aspects of the role that are of most interest to them, their views on ways in which the role will enhance parenting support, and their opinions on induction and training for the role to date are all detailed in this report. Respondents were also asked for suggestions and ideas for the PSC role and were given an opportunity to provide other comments should they wish to do so. Answers provided via a questionnaire distributed at the PSC project planning and networking day on 8 December 2016 contribute to the process, implementation and outcomes study of the PSC project, informing in a formative way the development of activities in this area.
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