Evaluation of the Baby Steps programme: pre-and post-measures Study
NSPCC | February 2015 | Impact and Evidence series
Baby Steps is a programme designed to help new parents during the mother’s pregnancy and after they have their babies. The NSPCC has done some research to find out how the programme has helped parents.
This report is part of the NSPCC’s Impact and Evidence series, which presents the findings of the Society’s research into its services and interventions.
Many of the reports are produced by the NSPCC’s Evaluation department, but some are written by other organisations commissioned by the Society to carry out research on its behalf. The aim of the series is to contribute to the evidence base of what works in preventing cruelty to children and in reducing the harm it causes when abuse does happen. Report