Let’s Talk Teenagers: A supportive tool kit to help parents understand & navigate challenging behaviours

Young people want to feel they’re being listened to, not being told, so going in hard and laying down the law is unlikely to ever lead to an honest . . . response. You’re much more likely to get through to them if you try to start a dialogue. Throughout this booklet are suggestions for difficult conversations and ways of starting the conversation.

Preventing violence: evaluating outcomes of parenting programmes

The publication focuses on parenting programmes to prevent child maltreatment and other forms of violence later in life such as youth and intimate . . . partner violence.

The identification of safety concerns relating to children (The identification of safety concerns relating to children)

A key objective for those delivering youth offending services is to keep children and other people safe, which sits alongside and supports the . . . all-important nurturing and strengths-focused work that helps children to realise their potential. The focus in this bulletin is upon the assessment stage of youth justice work, recognising that it is vital to identify all potential safety concerns and sources of harm in order to mitigate and prevent any dangers.

The Good Childhood Report 2022

“Our Good Childhood Report 2022 shows that children’s happiness continues to decline. Young people are on average less happy with their life as a . . . whole, school, friends and how they look than ten years ago. Young people are telling us what needs to change and we must listen.”

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