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Le soutien des parents dans les Early childhood dual focused groups anglais et australiens : quelle approche ?

Needham, MD and Jackson, D (2017) Le soutien des parents dans les Early childhood dual focused groups anglais et australiens : quelle approche ? La revue internationale de l’éducation familiale, 40.

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Abstract

Early childhood, dual-focused groups in which parents and young children participate together are increasingly available around the world. This article stems from two qualitative, doctoral research studies in Australian and English groups, exploring the concepts of nurture and support in shared parent and child activity. Eight key benefits of dual-focused support identified what parents experienced as supportive parenting provision: friendship and social network support; relational support; peer support; emotional support; parenting role support; information and resource support; ‘circle of care’ support; and multidisciplinary support. Through an analysis of current international discourses related to parent support across the early childhood landscape, the article discusses the importance of developing wider understandings about the value of dual-focused settings, amongst politicians, parents and practitioners.

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