Health visitor parenting support programme leads to ‘striking’ change in toddlers' behaviour

Nicole Weinstein
Monday, June 14, 2021

A health visitor programme, which involved parents being filmed playing and eating with their children, has led to marked improvements in young children's behaviour, a study by the University of Cambridge and Imperial College London has found.

Families were filmed in everyday situations with health visitors giving feedback to support them, which researchers found led to a reduction in children's behavioural issues PHOTO Adobe Stock
Families were filmed in everyday situations with health visitors giving feedback to support them, which researchers found led to a reduction in children's behavioural issues PHOTO Adobe Stock

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