Report of Relax Kids programme Service Evaluation

Grant McGeechan, Catherine Richardson, Dorothy Newbury-Birch

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Abstract

Children’s well-being can be thought of as a dynamic process in which a child’s external circumstances such as their socio-economic background, family circumstances, and physical surroundings are constantly interacting with their individual characteristics such as their personality and cognitive ability to satisfy their needs. The well-being of children is seen as an important aspect of the overall well-being of the nation. There are currently around 12 million children residing in the United Kingdom (UK) representing 20% of the overall population. It is important to measure children’s well-being, as poor well-being can impact on the psycho social development of a child and research can help practitioners shape services to improve future outcomes for children.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyDurham County Council
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 5 Jan 2017

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