Catalogue by titles / Still Going Strong: A tracer study of the Community Mothers Programme, Dublin, Ireland

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ISS/IRC Code TOOL-PRACTICE ENG-095
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Title Still Going Strong: A tracer study of the Community Mothers Programme, Dublin, Ireland
Author MOLLOY Brenda
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Date published/issue 04-00-2002
Date received 00-00-0000
Place published NETHERLANDS
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Publisher Bernard van Leer Foundation, P.O. Box 85905, 2508 CP The Hague, The Netherlands
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ISBN 90 6195 064 3
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Country concerned IRELAND
Index Child-care
Education-child-needs
Free text No 17 in the series Early Childhood Development: Practice and Reflections. The Community Mothers Programme (CMP) is a home visiting programme which uses professionally trained nurses, as well as trained, experienced mothers from the community as visitors to families with newborn babies in the Dublin area with the objective to help and encourage mothers and fathers of underprivileged background to give their babies a better start in life. This book is a follow-up on families who were able to benefit from this programme. The results of this follow-up study confirm the usefulness of this programme in benefitting the children and families it was supposed to help.

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Degree of interest Valuable
Work area Development
Health
Psychology
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