Describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
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Provides an overview of research regarding some key characteristics and training strategies of successful parent education programs and information about selected evidence-based and evidence-informed parent education programs.
Identifies the long-term societal benefits of investing early (from conception to age five) in effective programs for children.
Provides tips for parents of young children, early education and child care providers, and pediatricians to promote social-emotional health among young children.
Provides families with practical information about integration to help them get involved in the integrated care movement and improve the quality of care their child receives in the pediatric primary care setting.
Provides an overview of research regarding key characteristics and training strategies of successful parent education programs for strengthening families and preventing child maltreatment.
Summarizes the findings of a meta-analysis of the current research literature on parent training programs to identify components associated with more effective and less effective programs.