The Tayside Strategy for Parents is a commitment from partner organisations in Tayside that deliver services for children, young people and families to work together with parents to improve
Angus Council, Dundee City Council, Perth & Kinross Council and NHS Tayside have come together to form the Tayside Regional Improvement Collaborative (TRIC).
The TRIC’s vision is: “Our children and young people will have the best start in life and Tayside will be the best place in Scotland to grow up.”
The Improvement Lead for the TRIC is Sheena Devlin, Executive Director of Education and Children’s Services for Perth & Kinross Council.
“Our children and young people will have the best start in life and Tayside will be the best place in Scotland to grow up.”
The Tayside Collaborative has five working groups which reflect the priorities identified in the Tayside Plan for Children, Young People and Families:
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