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Working in partnership : the family partnership model / Hilton Davis & Crispin Day.

By: Davis, HiltonContributor(s): Day, CrispinPublication details: London : Pearson, ©2010Edition: [2nd ed.]Description: xiv, 330 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmISBN: 0749121866; 9780749121860Subject(s): Parenting | Child rearing | Parents of children with disabilities | Parent and child | Parenting | Child Rearing | Family | Child rearing | Parent and child | Parenting | Parents of children with disabilitiesSummary: Working in Partnership: The Family Partnership Model is a revised and updated text that addresses the importance of working in partnership with families. It offers a clear and detailed description of all aspects of the Family Partnership Model, which focuses on how to build effective working relationships with parents in order to ensure they have the support they need to create healthy environments for their children.
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Available Working in Partnership: The Family Partnership Model is a revised and updated text that addresses the importance of working in partnership with families. It offers a clear and detailed description of all aspects of the Family Partnership Model, which focuses on how to build effective working relationships with parents in order to ensure they have the support they need to create healthy environments for their children. A41310272
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The c.2010 edition is not marked as a second edition but the content has been considerably revised and updated. Both editions have been given the same ISBN.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Working in Partnership: The Family Partnership Model is a revised and updated text that addresses the importance of working in partnership with families. It offers a clear and detailed description of all aspects of the Family Partnership Model, which focuses on how to build effective working relationships with parents in order to ensure they have the support they need to create healthy environments for their children.