Preparing for Life early childhood intervention: 24 month summary report
Preparing for Life (PFL) is a prevention and early intervention programme which aims to improve the life outcomes of children and families living in Dublin, Ireland, by intervening during pregnancy and working with families until the children start school. This report briefly highlights the aims, methods and findings from the evaluation of the programme which took place when the PFL children were twenty-four months old. (author abstract)
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Preparing for Life: Early childhood intervention: Assessing the impact of Preparing for Life at twenty-four months
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