Paper: What works to improve young children’s social, emotional and behavioural wellbeing?

The development of social, emotional and behavioural skills during early childhood is crucial to children’s overall development and later life. However, some children experience difficulties that may compromise their development and future opportunities.

This rapid evidence review, released by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, identifies national and international prevention and early intervention programs that are effective at improving the social, emotional and behavioural health of at-risk children under the age of five.

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