Catherine, Princess of Wales visited the Riversley Park Children's health centre in Nuneaton, Warwickshire today to meet with health visitors taking part in a new study funded by the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
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The study is a £50,000 trial of the Alarm Distress Baby Scale (ADBB), a tool that can be used to assess how babies are interacting with the world around them and to identify early signs of psychological distress. The study will run for ten months and will involve health visitors who are currently receiving training to use the ADBB. The study aims to assess the effectiveness of the ADBB in supporting parent-infant relationships and early childhood development.
The Princess saw first-hand how the ADBB model is being used by health visitors to support parent-infant relationships and early childhood development during her visit to Denmark in February 2022. Following the trip, the Princess and the Centre for Early Childhood have been working closely with the Institute of Health Visiting to explore the potential for implementation of the ADBB in the UK.
Below is a clip of the today's event.
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