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Children's Services

Improving services for children and families

You need to know whether and how your early help or targeted and specialist supports are providing the right help at the right time for children and families.

IPC works with service leaders and practitioners, commissioners and providers, children and families to explore how well services are working, for whom and in what circumstances – and to identify ways in which services can be improved or refined to maximise their impact and outcomes. Our expertise covers the full range of services offered to children, young people and their families: from public health, prevention and early intervention to child protection, youth justice and CAMHS provision

Clare Dodwell, Principal Consultant
Clare Dodwell, Principal Consultant

To discuss how we can help with your Children's Services needs, contact Clare Dodwell

Our Services

Applied Research and Evaluation

Applied Research and Evaluation

We provide robust support to our clients by conducting comprehensive reviews and evaluations, identifying key strengths and opportunities for growth.

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Consultancy

Consultancy

Our consultancy services are tailored to address the unique challenges faced by our clients. From problem-solving and enhancing current practices to fostering innovation, we offer expert guidance.

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Training and Development

Training and Development

We are committed to the professional growth of our clients' teams. Through bespoke coaching, training, and development programmes, we empower staff and stakeholders with the essential skills and knowledge to deliver services.

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IPC Commissioning Alumni Network

IPC Commissioning Alumni Network

An opportunity to grow your network and connect with fellow Alumni from across the UK

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Academic Partnership

Academic Partnership

Our programme offers bespoke support. Benefits include personalised guidance from a dedicated consultant, plus complimentary access to our events, and discounted courses.

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