Impact and evidence series Our evaluation and research on what works to protect children from abuse and neglect
Our Impact and evidence series of reports presents findings from our research into what works in preventing child abuse and neglect.
We work with children, young people and families who need our help across the UK. Our services aim to protect children today, prevent abuse tomorrow and transform society so child cruelty becomes a thing of the past.
We undertake research and evaluation of our services and interventions so we can learn more about the best ways to keep children safe.
By publishing our findings in the Impact and evidence series we aim to contribute to the evidence on what works in preventing child abuse and neglect.
Baby Steps: evidence from a relationships-based perinatal education programme
Report summarising qualitative and quantitative findings from interviews with parents and questionnaires completed before, during and after the Baby Steps programme. Part of the NSPCC's Impact and evidence series.
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