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Ensuring children’s centres know about children in the area

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Ofsted good practice example showing how children’s centres can use a health-led model to ensure that families in the area get coordinated support.

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Tarner Children's Centre - good practice example.doc

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Through the Healthy Child Programme and new birth visits, centre staff and health visitors can reach all local families and build positive relationships. This leads to better outcomes for some of the groups whose circumstances make them vulnerable.