A masterclass for anyone.
This masterclass is compulsory for students who are studying for the University Certificate Public Health Foundations (Children and Families).
Practitioners who are invited into a family’s home need to be able to build a trusting relationship with parents and children. This is vital if we are to support children’s healthy development. In this masterclass we will look at theoretical models that bring together the skills of home visiting, assessing a family’s needs, their strengths and how we build good relationships. The models include the Solihull Approach and Family Partnership.
Julie Watson, senior lecturer Specialist Community Public Health Nursing