Flinders Medical Centre Early Links Evaluation Project: Final report March 2007

Charmaine Power, Yvonne Parry, Anne Nixon

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The Southern Adelaide Health Service (SAHS) commissioned this evaluation to determine the impact of the Early Links Program, currently in use at the Flinders Medical Centre (FMC), from the perspective of the staff and key stakeholders
involved, including women who have participated in the program. Early Links, which commenced at FMC in 2004, is an early intervention program intended to address issues regarding the identifi cation and response to women who require extra supports during the antenatal period and of infants assessed to be at risk during the postnatal period. The goal of early intervention strategies is to improve short and long-term outcomes for women, their children and families.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherFlinders University, Government of South Australia, Southern Adelaide Health Services
Number of pages74
Publication statusPublished - 2007


  • Early childhood
  • early intervention
  • Newborn
  • children's access to health
  • Child Protection


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