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  • Teach children how to parent in a non-violent manner

    Every child should learn how to be a good parent...

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    Teach children how to parent in a non-violent manner

    Every child should learn how to be a good parent—how to bond with a baby and be responsive—and how to parent in a non-violent manner. An example of this type of programme is provided by Roots of Empathy. We can all help with this—in our own families and in schools, at clinics and in faith-based groups or wherever services are offered to children. .

  • Give all first-time parents supportive coaching

    Give all first-time parents supportive coaching, during pregnancy, on how to 'attune' with babies Parenting programmes like these, especially for teenage mothers and others at risk...

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    Give all first-time parents supportive coaching

    Give all first-time parents supportive coaching, during pregnancy, on how to 'attune' with babies Parenting programmes like these, especially for teenage mothers and others at risk, are envisaged in the Childrens’ Act and we all need to lobby to have them funded and organized! During a first pregnancy, give every mother- and father-to-be supportive coaching on how to 'attune' with babies, how to ensure the child's successful emotional development and how to parent in a non-violent manner. An example of this type of support is offered by the programme First Steps in Parenting (details from the programme developer Dr Mel Parr, or by e-mailing WAVE) .

  • Regular monitoring visits by specially trained Health Visitors

    Regular monitoring visits by specially trained Health Visitors for all babies in 'at risk' families An important part of the parenting programme ....

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    Regular monitoring visits by specially trained Health Visitors

    Regular monitoring visits by specially trained Health Visitors for all babies in 'at risk' families An important part of the parenting programme would be monitoring visits as a matter of routine in 'at risk' families during the first three years of children’s lives, when specially trained Health Visitors would provide practical encouragement and support. An example of what could be provided can be seen via the Nurse Family Partnership. Note that many young mothers suffer from depression and cannot relate well to their infants without support. .

  • Recognise and treat emotional problems in children

    Early detection and treatment of emotional disorders, including excess aggression, is important as the young brain is more ’plastic’ and treatment is more successful at an early age.

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    Recognise and treat emotional problems in children

    Early detection and treatment of emotional disorders, including excess aggression, is important as the young brain is more ’plastic’ and treatment is more successful at an early age. Unfortunately mental health is low on the public agenda being a low political priority and poorly understood and valued by the public [22]. Furthermore, stigmatization of mental illness among policymakers may deter them from taking up mental health issues.

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