|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Reports and Discussion Papers|
|Title:||Quarriers Ruchazie Family Resource Centre Evaluation|
|Citation:||Lucas S & Gadda A (2019) Quarriers Ruchazie Family Resource Centre Evaluation. Quarriers. Stirling: University of Stirling.|
|Publisher:||University of Stirling|
|Abstract:||The primary purpose of the evaluation was to determine to what extent the service has achieved its aim to 'work with families to overcome their difficulties, and achieve a more balanced family life' (Quarriers, 2017). The evaluation aimed to: 1) ascertain the views and experiences of families, practitioners about the nursery provision and family support services offered at the Centre; how well it works and the challenges associated; 2) explore the extent to which the Ruchazie Project's family support has made a difference to children, parents and caregivers; 3) focus on the preventative nature of the service and provide comment on the extent to which the service supports children to achieve their developmental milestones; improves children's physical and emotional well-being; builds parenting skills and improving parents' relationships with children; builds parent/carer's resilience to manage adversity; 4) consider children's transitions from the Ruchazie nursery to a 'mainstream' nursery provision.|
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