On Wednesday 2nd February 2022 (10 – 12pm) along with NSPCC and other Merseyside regions we will be launching an online event for Look, Say, Sing, Play.
About this event
The Look Say Sing Play (LSSP) Merseyside Campaign Steering group would like to invite you to the launch of a new Look Say Sing Play (LSSP) Merseyside Campaign.
At this virtual event, we will look at Early Years Development, what the impact of programme’s like LSSP is and how we can improve outcomes for children. We will consider the role all of us play in supporting families, exploring the LSSP messaging and providing an introduction to the resources available for parents and professionals to support conversations on this topic.
This event is free of charge and open to anyone working with children and families. It will take place on Microsoft teams and a link to join will be sent a few days in advance of the event.
10:00 Welcome & House Keeping Debi McAndrew: Early Years Strategic Lead Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership
10:05 Opening Speaker Clare Crabb: North West Assistant Director, NSPCC
10.15 ‘Giving Infants the Best Start in Life by Supporting Parent Infant Mental Health (PIMH): ‘Building Bonds & Breaking Negative Life Cycles with vulnerable/at risk parents & infants’ Dr Lisa Marsland-Hall: Consultant Clinical Psychologist & BABS Service Lead
10.40 Developing a New Pathway: Incorporating Look, Say, Sing, Play in Liverpool Kim Garthwaite: Children’s centre strategic lead
10.55 Look, Say, Sing, Play: A practitioner’s Perspective Angie Taylor: LSSP Family Learning Tutor: City of York Council
11.10 ‘Creating the Wow Moments for Look, Say, Sing and Play!’ Dr Helen Bibby (M.Ed)
11.35 Overview of Look, Say, Sing, Play and Pledges of support Mubashar Khaliq: Local Campaigns Manager, NSPCC North West
11.55 Closing Words and (Q & A) Debi McAndrew: Early Years Strategic Lead Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership
To register to attend this event please log into https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/247250933197
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