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1 Using evidence in children’s services the social research unit at Dartington DARTINGTON LONDON GLASGOW Louise Morpeth Co-director

2 www.dartington.org.uk Better outcomes for children through research, development and dissemination

3 Evidence 2 Success

4 74% of children have low/no need (n = 6283) 26% of children with high need (n = 2176) 8% of children involved in systems (n = 649) 66% of system-involved have few or no needs (n = 426) 34% of system-involved have high need (n = 223; 10.2% of the total number of those with high need in the population) 90% of those with high need have no service contact (n = 1953) Total 9-15 sample of Perth and Kinross: n =8,459 http://www.pkc.gov.uk/article/4899/Evidence2Success Reach of Systems: Any social work or addition education support services (9-15 yrs) An argument for early intervention £171 million £22m targeted

5 Luton Enfield Mancheste r Liverpool Tower Hamlets Richmond Blueprint s 21 On-line databases What does it mean to be ‘evidence- based’? Protecting children through evidence- based approaches

6 Luton Enfield Mancheste r Liverpool Tower Hamlets Richmond Blueprint s 21 On-line databases ….continued What does it mean to be ‘evidence- based’? Protecting children through evidence- based approaches

7 www.blueprintprograms.or g

8 Investing in Children Providing free and independent advice on the costs and benefits of competing investment options in children’s services www.investinginchildren.eu

9 Standards of Evidence Impact Evaluation Quality System Readiness Intervention Specificity  Does the programme make a positive difference to key developmental outcomes?  Does the evaluation quality give confidence in the claims?  Is the programme logical, focused and practical?  Is the programme suitable for wide scale delivery in children’s services

10 Standards of Evidence Dartington Standards of Evidence App Helping organisations assess their effectiveness Moving interventions along the innovation to impact pipeline

11 Louise Morpeth Co-Director, Social Research Unit lmorpeth@dartington.org.uk Twitter @LMorpeth www.dartington.org.uk Contact information


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