This section allows visitors to register child focused practices that they are developing or implementing in order to share knowledge with other users. These practices are posted here to promote information sharing and to support learning across the EU community of policymakers and providers. A practice entered in this section will automatically be reviewed for inclusion in the Evidence-Based Practice section if the ‘evaluation references’ section below is completed. Additionally, we encourage users to notify us when a new evaluation is completed for a practice that is already listed in this user registry by sending an email to EMPL-EPIC@ec.europa.eu.
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The main purpose of the study was to assess experimentally the effects of an antibullying program (Cyberprogram 2.0) on behaviors of victimization due to «face-to-face» bullying and on diverse social behaviors.
Educators at Sograndio Juvenile Detention Center in Asturias were sure that they were able to offer new alternatives to improve their socio-educational intervention. That is the reason why they got involved in an action research training process aimed at making didactic proposals which tried to optimize the development of social competence programs for youngsters with criminal behavior.
Risk Centre (Antena de Riesgos) is a selective prevention programme that addresses the problems of adolescents at risk of social exclusion. It links up services delivered by the Social Services and other social resources at the municipality level.
The service worked with children attending ten early years’ services and three primary schools and was delivered by two dedicated speech and language therapists.
Family support includes all actions that must be undertaken to keep the child at home with their caregivers while ensuring that the safety of children is protected.
Program Personnel and Family Support is part of Family Preservation services of Castilla y León, intended to enhance the strengths and capacities of families to cope with the exercise of parenthood at psychosocial risk. The programme has been initially implemented in 2002 in the Canary Islands community, an evaluated and revised version of the programme was subsequently implemented in the Castilla y León region and is managed by the regional office of the Social Services. The programme was implemented as a joint effort of several stakeholders: the Radio ECCA Foundation, the team from the University of La Laguna, the Social Services Board of Castilla y León region and the assigned staff from the municipal social services program.
The Castilla y León region has two types of social services provision: the basic programme, and the specialised family support services programme, part of which is the Family Intervention Programme (PIF). The PIF programme aims to preserve the integrity of the family by avoiding separation of children from their parents or seeking the return of children to their family if separated from their parents.