Review of early childhood parenting, education and health intervention programs for Indigenous children and families in Australia

Jennifer Bowes, Rebekah Grace

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    Abstract

    This paper provides a review of prevention and early intervention research literature that is focused on improving outcomes for Australian Indigenous children in the early childhood years. For the purposes of this paper, early childhood is defined as the years from conception to school entry. The included literature was drawn from 3 key areas of early childhood research: parenting, early childhood education, and early childhood health.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationCanberra
    PublisherClosing the Gap Clearinghouse
    ISBN (Print)9781742495354
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

    Publication series

    NameClosing the Gap Clearinghouse issues paper
    PublisherClosing the Gap Clearinghouse
    No.8
    ISSN (Print)2201-845X

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    Keywords

    • Indigenous Australians
    • Intervention
    • Family support services
    • Literature reviews
    • Evaluation
    • Programs
    • Preschool children
    • Parent education
    • Home visits
    • Children's services
    • Early childhood education
    • Health services
    • Service delivery

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