CitationRylands, J. (1995). A Study of Parenting Programmes in Ireland: Exploration of Needs and Current Provision. https://knowledge.barnardos.ie/handle/20.500.13085/427
AbstractThis study was jointly initiated by the Health Promotion Unit and the Child Care Policy Unit
of the Department of Health and the National Children's Resource Centre, Barnardo's, with
a representative from each forming the steering committee.
The primary aim of the study was to ascertain the need for education/training/support for
parents at community level and the need for training materials. The second aim was to obtain information on parenting programmes
identified during the course of the study. This
information forms a Database of parenting programmes available to parents and
organisations on request.