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A Nurture Families Project

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The first 1001 days are largely ignored in policy, commissioning and practice, which is putting babies at significant risk of harm and costing the public purse considerable amounts of money. Here you will find key documents that concern our work with pregnant women and babies in the first 1001 days.

The 1001 Days - Our Work

Research & Reports
Nurture Families Case Studies
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Jasmine's Story
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Alex's Story
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Parent-Infant Therapist
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Nurture Families Founder
Local Needs Analysis & Wider Research
Herefordshire & Worcestershire Needs Analysis
Herefordshire & Worcestershire Needs Analysis
Mothers' Experiences in the First 1001 Days
Mothers' Experiences in the First 1001 Days
Impact of Covid-19 on Women, Mothers, and Babies
Impact of Covid-19 on Women, Mothers, and Babies
Current Parent-Infant Relationship Teams (National)
Current Parent-Infant Relationship Teams (National)
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The Case For Change

THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
“Investing in early childhood development is good for everyone – governments, businesses, communities, parents and caregivers, and most of all, babies and young children. It is also the right thing to do, helping every child realize the right to survive and thrive. And investing in ECD is cost effective: for every $1 spent on early childhood development interventions, the return on investment can be as high as $13.”
UNICEF, World Bank and World Health Organisation Nurturing Care Framework
THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
“There comes a point where we need to stop just pulling people out of the river. Some of us need to go upstream and find out why they are falling in.”
Desmond Tutu
THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
“Investing in early childhood development is one of the best investments a country can make to boost economic growth, promote peaceful and sustainable societies, and eliminate extreme poverty and inequality. Equally important, investing in early childhood development is necessary to uphold the right of every child to survive and thrive.”
World Health Organisation
THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
"Early adversity brings costs to individuals, society and the public purse: investments in early life pay the greatest dividends."
Parent Infant Foundation
THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
"Relationships, especially the parent-infant relationship, are at the heart of healthy development."
Parent Infant Foundation
THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
  • It is easier and more effective to act early (prevention is better than cure.
  • Families with the greatest need for specialist intervention tend to make the greatest gains from it.
  • Early action leads to accumulated savings by preventing other services being required later in the child's life.
  • Effective early intervention improves the child and family's participation in the economy.
Parent Infant Foundation

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Ph. 01905 748428

Areas We Cover

Worcestershire, Herefordshire 
& Surrounding Counties

Address

Nurture Families, Holt Heath, Worcester WR6 6NH