Addresses important questions on developing awareness and moving to action around comprehensive screenings, follow-up, and early intervention.
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Aims to promote a more coordinated approach to meeting children’s developmental needs by proposing the adoption of the SERIES paradigm of developmental screening in which each step—Screening, Early Identification, Referral, Intake, Evaluation, and Services—is seen not as an isolated activity, bu...
Describes how partnerships between health care providers and community organizations could have a significant impact on health and developmental outcomes by assisting with early identification, supporting parents, and coordinating needed services in a timely manner.
Houses a collection of materials created for the health care professional working with military families with very young children who may be experiencing significant deployment related challenges.
Provides an introduction to and list of resources intended to enhance the ability of health care professionals to care for military families, as well as to share additional resources in a manner that hopefully will be easily integrated into their daily practice.
Explores the essential components of effective mental health consultation programs, the skills, competencies, and credentials of effective consultants, the training and supervision needs of consultants, the intervention intensity needs to produce good outcomes, and more.
Gives an overview of the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program and tribal MIECHV program which are designed to (1) strengthen and improve the programs and activities carried out under Title V of the Social Security Act; (2) improve coordination of services for at-ri...
Describes the review process and findings for a similar systematic review of home visiting program models implemented in tribal communities or evaluated with AIAN families and children.
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.
Reports on the overall implementation of the Strengthening Families initiative and offers an analysis of successes, challenges, and next steps.