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Description

An insight into the role of parenting workers as part of the Youth Offending Service. We follow parenting development officer, Nicky Xandora, as she visits a family she once worked with. The mother was finding it difficult to cope with her daughter’s anti-social behaviour, and had one-to-one parenting sessions with Nicky, as well as some group parenting meetings. We see a group parenting session in action and find out more about its purpose and outcomes.
This clip is from:
Youth and Community Justice
First broadcast:
17 June 2009

Classroom Ideas

The class could discuss: "How can difficulties in a family increase the risk of offending behaviour? What do parenting workers do? What has changed for the family featured in the clip?"

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