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|Title:||Family social network: development of a Children's Headline Indicator||Authors:||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare||Institution:||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare||Issue Date:||6-Dec-2010||Publisher:||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare||Pages:||52||Keywords:||family, network, support, social capital, children||Abstract:||A strong family social network provides access to support and resources, and is linked to better outcomes for children's health, development and wellbeing. This report describes the process of developing a Children's Headline Indicator designed to measure the quality of families' social interactions. It presents research evidence on the importance of the quality of family social networks for children's outcomes, assesses potential indicators and data sources, and recommends an indicator based on the ability of a family to get help when needed.||ISBN:||978-1-74249-096-0||Research collection:||Technical working papers and reports
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