Using behavioural insights to increase the reach and take-up of family hub services

Event Overview

10th March 2022

The National Centre for Family Hubs (NCFH) hosted a webinar on the Department for Education’s Behavioural Insights project which is about to start round two of the research.

The project is testing what works to increase the reach and take-up of family hub services by disadvantaged and vulnerable families. Sheffield Hallam University has been working in collaboration with four councils participating in round one of the project, to test the effectiveness of local initiatives in.

This webinar also opened the expression of interest (EOI) process for councils and VCS organisations to participate in round two.

The EOI form and guide can be found below.

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