Open seminar to explore early years intervention
The latest in the Lifelong Learning Centre's series of open seminars on 29 November will feature Leeds City Council's Andrea Richardson talking about early years intervention and family support.
Andrea will be looking at the Early Start Programme, which supports families in poverty with young children. She will be joined by her colleague Sue Cassidy, an Extended Services Adviser at Leeds City Council, who will explore family support at the Locality level which seeks to find solutions to individual family needs through a range of multi-agency interventions.
The seminar, which is free to attend and open to anyone with an interest in the topic, will be held:
On: Tuesday 29 November
In: Parkinson Building
The seminar has been organised by the University's Lifelong Learning Centre to create opportunities for engagement with alumni, professional practitioners and the wider public. The seminar is one of a series designed to explore current policy, practice and research in relation to the different programmes delivered by the Lifelong Learning Centre.
For more details, and to book at place, please contact Lorna Thompson on 0113 343 3212 or go to the Lifelong Learning Centre website.Posted in: University news