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Video Interaction Guidance (VIG)

VIG is a powerful tool in helping to build parents' self confidence and attachment with their child and enhancing communication within family relationships. It captures short pieces of video of a parent interaction with their child during everyday activities.

Parents are then encouraged to look at the positive interactions in the video clips and supported to grow these, to become more sensitive to children's communication attempts and develop greater awareness of how they can respond in an attuned way.

VIG is a service for families with children aged under 4 years where there may be attachment difficulties.

Who to contact

Telephone
E-mail
vig@nspcc.org.uk
Website
VIG service details - Blackpool Better Start

Where to go

Notes

VIG sessions take place in the family home setting.

Other Details

Availability

Other notes

Blackpool Better Start currently offers more than 25 early years interventions aimed at supporting families through pregnancy and the first four years of a child’s life.

If you are working with families in Blackpool then we may have a project that can help.

Our projects provide interventions to support pregnant women and families with children under 4 years to help:

  • social and emotional development
  • health and well-being advice
  • oral health
  • volunteering opportunities

Keep up to date with all the latest information:

www.blackpoolbetterstart.org.uk

Delivered by Blackpool Better Start, the NSPCC and a range of partners, we aim to give every new baby in Blackpool a better start in life, helping them to enjoy the early care and nurture they need for healthy development and to be ready for school. 

 Last updated: 11 May 2020