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Evaluating Parenting Programmes

Roger Grimshaw

Evaluating Parenting Programmes

A Study of Stakeholders" Views

by Roger Grimshaw

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Natl Childrens Bureau .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child welfare,
  • Education,
  • Family welfare,
  • Social Work,
  • Social Science,
  • Great Britain,
  • Parenting,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12257125M
    ISBN 101900990415
    ISBN 109781900990417
    OCLC/WorldCa57237512

    A practical how-to guide to developing, implementing, evaluating, and sustaining effective family life education programs. Drawing on the best scholarship and their own years of professional experience, the authors of this thoroughly updated Third Edition begin by discussing the foundations of family life education and encourage readers to develop their own outreach philosophies. Preventing violence: Evaluating outcomes of parenting programmes A summary • Programme staff often fearChild maltreatment and parenting that if an outcome evaluation of their programme shows little ben-efit,it may have negative consequences for the programme’s future. However, although an out-come evaluation may reveal that some aspects.

    such evaluation is costly. The Guide to Implementing Family Skills Training Programmes The Triple P-Positive Parenting Program is a multilevel, multi-disciplinary, evidence-based system of parenting and family support strategies designed to prevent behavioural, emotional and developmental problems in children (or, where applicable. A useful tool for assessing a parent’s understanding of basic child’s care needs. The worksheets cover the following seven areas: Emotional Development Worksheet Boundaries and Guidance Worksheet Communication Worksheet Play and Stimulation Worksheet Behaviour Worksheet Effects on my child and me Worksheet Stability and Support.

      Six reviews evaluated the effectiveness of a range of parenting programs in the primary and secondary prevention of behavioral problems (children aged 0–3 years), treatment of early onset conduct disorder (children aged 3–12 years), and improving outcomes for parents and children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, outcomes for. effectiveness when programmes are implemented on a large scale, in community settings. This report presents the evidence for the effectiveness of the national roll out of parenting programmes in England. The Parenting Early Intervention Programme (PEIP, ) provided government funding.


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Monitoring and Evaluation of the Program 60 Determining the Target Group 61 Selection of Facilitators 61 Withdraw from the Program 61 Strengths and Weaknesses of the Program 62 Relevance of the Better Parenting Program to the Country Goals 64 The Impact of the Program on Participants 67 Cited by: 4.

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Evaluating Parenting Programmes: A Study of Stakeholders' Views. In our original proposal we intended to evaluate the parenting programme from two perspectives: firstly, the perspective of parents receiving the programme and, secondly, the views of the health visitors and cofacilitators delivering the programme.

During the course of the study we identified the additional need to consider how well the programme met the criteria for an injury prevention Author: Julie Mytton, Jenny Ingram, Sarah Manns, Tony Stevens, Caroline Mulvaney, Peter Blair, Jane Powell. References and Resources for Evaluating Parent Education Programs.

This has an extensive, but not exhaustive, list of potential resources for evaluating parent education programs. A draft of the Parent Education Core curriculum, examples of classroom and program satisfaction surveys, and possible tools to measure parent change over time are noted.

parenting programmes was e ff ective in reducing foster children's ex- ternalising behaviour as well as parenting stress of the caregivers (Vanschoonlandt et al., ). Summary Report: The DAD MAP Evaluation: A Randomized Controlled Trial of A Culturally Tailored Parenting And Responsible Fatherhood Program (PDF - 1, KB) Sarfo () Presents an evaluation study of the Developing All Dads for Manhood and Parenting (DAD MAP) curriculum from the Baltimore Center for Urban Families.

Parenting Programme Evaluation Tool (PPET) _____ Introduction. The Parenting Programme Evaluation Tool (PPET) has been developed with reference to international standards of best practice in the delivery of early intervention and prevention programmes.

programmes also included fathers in the parenting programme and evaluation process, although in some cases only data from the mothers was used in the review (Barlow & Coren, ).

This study examined whether it was feasible for school-based staff to deliver the Incredible Years® School Readiness parent programme (IY-SR) in schools, its acceptability to parents and teachers, its impact on home-school relationships, and preliminary programme impact.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 68 pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction Summary Aims, methods and sample Agents --aims in context Parents on parenting Parents on programmes: attenders and non-attenders Children on parenting What should programmes seek to achieve?9.

This how-to guidebook includes all the support early childhood professionals need to facilitate developmental parenting effectively. Program directors will get step-by-step guidance on supervising and evaluating the program, and professionals who work directly with parents will get easy-to-implement strategies, case studies of successful.

The parenting early intervention programme (PEIP), provided government funding to all local authorities in England to deliver selected parenting programmes that had already proved their.

There are hundreds of parenting programmes available in the UK. There is a need for clear objective advice on which parenting programmes work. The Commissioning Toolkit is an online database that evaluates and rates the quality and effectiveness of parenting programmes using the Parenting Programme Evaluation Tool.

Aims: To test the effectiveness at one year of the Webster Stratton Parents and Children Series group parenting programme in a population sample of parents. Methods: In a multicentre block randomised controlled trial, parents of children aged 2–8 years in families who scored in the upper 50% on a validated behaviour inventory, took part in Webster-Stratton’s 10 week parenting programme.

Basic Parenting Program Evaluation: Basic Parenting is a set of resources or tools for use by parent educators with a variety of audiences including parents, foster parents, grandparents, and students interested in learning about parenting.

Participants can be at any educational level, though the program was created primarily for low-reading. The present study contributes to this ongoing effort by evaluating the effectiveness of a parenting programme developed in Bangladesh for poor rural mothers.

Using a post-test only intervention-control design, we evaluated outcomes, such as mothers' home stimulation and child vocabulary, along with the educational process used in parenting.

Preventing violence: Evaluating outcomes of parenting programmes WEBAPPENDIX _____ Links to useful evaluation web resources These websites offer a wide range of evaluation resources – not only focusing on outcome evaluation, but also on other evaluation types and activities (e.g., needs assessment, programme theory, process evaluation).

Lynch M, Madrid B. Preventing violence: Evaluating outcomes of parenting programmes. Geneva, Switzer-land, World Health Organization, 1 The context of this guidance Violence is both a serious human rights violation and a major public health concern.

It affects the. This book gives parents a framework for building a successful parenting program at home for children with ADHD. Drawing from his experiences in evaluating and treating thousands of children and teens with ADHD, the author presents a series of ten lessons that are essential for promoting the success of.

This article analyzes 41 studies that evaluated K–12 parent involvement programs in order to assess claims that such programs are an effective means of improving student learning. It examines the characteristics of the parent involvement programs, as well as the research design, data, and analytical techniques used in program evaluation.

Buy Evaluating Parenting Programmes: A Study of Stakeholders' Views by Grimshaw, Roger, McGuire, Christine (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on .6 Elements of Effective Parenting Programs and Strategies for Increasing Program Participation and Retention.

Parenting programs in the United States are reaching millions of parents and their children annually, but as discussed in Chapters 4 and 5, only a limited number of evidence-based, high-quality trials of the effects of these programs have been carried out.1 Lighthouse Parenting Programme: Description and pilot evaluation of Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT) to address child maltreatment.

Gerry Byrne1 Michelle Sleed 2 Nick Midgley 2 Pasco Fearon 2 Clare Mein 1 Anthony Bateman 2 Peter Fonagy 2 1 Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, UK 2 Anna Freud Centre / University College London, UK Acknowledgements.