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Outcomes

ISPCC services help children, parents and families to overcome their difficulties and the challenges they face. Sometimes this challenge may be a child who is finding it hard to face going to school after being bullied so they are at risk of dropping out. In other cases children can feel alone or afraid, they might be isolated and be afraid of mixing with others. Without support these difficulties can lead to children having behaviours that others find hard to cope with, such as temper tantrums, aggression or anti-social behaviour. In these cases, parents can sometimes find themselves at a loss as to how to reach out to their child, how to talk to them and how to set limits on their behaviour.