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It also showed that two parents are much better than one if children are to avoid slipping into emotional distress and anti-social behaviour. Difficult start: Children raised by a single parent are more likely to suffer distress.
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The research adds to a wealth of data that shows children suffer badly from divorce or parental break-up, and that those brought up by a single parent are more likely to do badly at school, suffer poor health, and fall into crime, addiction and poverty as adults. The report, funded by the Department of Health and published by the Office for National Statistics, investigated emotional disorders - ranked as those which cause considerable distress and interference with the way in which children perform at school and during play. It also looked at conduct disorders which result in aggressive, violent or anti-social behaviour.
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The researchers studied nearly 8, children aged between five and 16 in and found almost one in ten had disorders. The children were checked again last year. The report said that a child whose parents had split during this time was more than four and a half times more likely to have developed an emotional disorder than one whose parents stayed together. Eleven per cent of those children whose families broke up had emotional disorders, against 3 per cent among those whose families were still together.
Nearly a third of children found to have mental disorders in still suffered from them three years later.
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An astonishing 73 professionals spread across 20 different agencies and departments got involved with this family. Nobody had ever sat down with them to devise a comprehensive way forward. Roughly 74 percent of his time was spent on administrative matters — recording data, making referrals to other agencies and meeting with other agencies.
And that face-to-face time was mostly with a clipboard, checking off boxes on the forms that went back to central administration. The administrative system around Ella and her family costs roughly , pounds per year.
I met Cottam in London last week and she made the point that welfare systems are often designed to manage needs, but they are not designed to build capabilities so that families can stand on their own. Moreover, most Western systems were not designed to confront the kind of poverty prevalent today. Now, economic insecurity is often a permanent state, as people patch together different jobs to make ends meet.
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Health issues for people in the welfare system are often chronic — obesity, diabetes, many forms of mental illness. Cottam has spent the past decade or so helping local authorities across Britain build new welfare programs.
The programs ask, What sort of trajectory would you like to be on? Then the programs build social networks around the families to help them achieve their goals. She agreed. She was given the power to select the eight people from across agencies who would make up the team.