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The Social Exclusion Task Force (2) describes the principles that should underpin all family support, including 'progressive universalism', where some support is offered to all families with a new baby, and more for those in greater need.
This approach now informs the work of the Social Exclusion Task Force that replaced the SEU in 2006.
The "Think Family" project - an approach developed by the Cabinet Office's Social Exclusion Task Force - aims to ensure that adults' and children's services join up to respond to the needs of whole families.