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Title Transforming systems for parental depression and early childhood developmental delays : findings and lessons learned from the helping families raise healthy children initiative / Dana Schultz [and others]
Published Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 2013
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Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Methods -- 3. Results -- 4. Discussion -- 5. Conclusions, recommendations, and next steps -- Appendix A. Training assessments -- Appendix B. Data collection tools -- Appendix C. Outcome measure linkages -- Appendix D. Reference studies
Ch. 1: Introduction -- ch. 2: Methods -- ch. 3: Results -- ch. 4: Discussion -- ch. 5: Conclusions, recommendations, and next steps -- Appendix A: Training assessments -- Appendix B: Data collection tools -- Appendix C: Outcome measure linkages -- Appendix D. Reference studies
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Preface; Contents; Figures; Tables; Summary; Abbreviations; Glossary; CHAPTER ONE: Introduction; Background on the Allegheny County Maternal and Child Health Care Collaborative; The Collaborative's Prior Work; Phase I: Planning Process, 2002-2004; Phase II: Pilot Testing, 2004-2006; Phase III: Maternal Depression Initiative, 2007-2010; The Broad Context for the Collaborative's Focus on Depression; Prevalence and Symptoms of Maternal Depression; Prevalence and Risk Factors of Maternal Depression for Low-Income Populations
Evaluation PlanData Collection for Process, Individual Outcome, and System Impact Measures; Data Collection Activities; Data Analysis; CHAPTER THREE: Results; Section A. Assessment of the Implementation Process: Screening and Identification, Referral, and Engagement in Services; Screening and Identification Results; Referral Results; Engagement-in-Services Results; Summary of the Process Measure Results; Section B. System Impact Results; Screening and Identification; Cross-System Networking and Referrals; Engagement in Services for At-Risk Families; Tracking Implementation Progress and Costs
Organization of This ReportCHAPTER TWO: Methods; The Initiative's Framework for System Change; Initiative Partners and Organization; Implementation Protocols and Procedures; Screening and Identification of At-Risk Families; Relationship-Based Service Coordination and Referrals; Engagement in Relationship-Based Services; Strategies to Support Initiative Implementation; Conducting Cross-System Provider Training; Supporting the Screening and Referral Processes; Convening a Learning Collaborative for Providers; Developing Community Partnerships; Assessing Progress to Inform Ongoing Implementation
Prevention and Intervention Effects for Women at Risk for DepressionLink Between Maternal Depression and Early Childhood Development; System Challenges to Addressing Maternal Depression; Maternal Depression Screening; Actions Taken Following Positive Screens; Engagement in Behavioral Health Treatment; The Need for a Cross-System Response to Maternal Depression in Allegheny County; The Helping Families Raise Healthy Children Initiative; Aims and Focus of the Initiative; Roles and Responsibilities of Key Stakeholder Groups; Strategies for Implementation; Initiative Timeline
Summary The Helping Families Raise Healthy Children initiative addressed depression among parents of children with early childhood developmental delays, aligning the early intervention and behavioral health systems with a focus on relationship-based care. The initiative focused on identification of at-risk families, referral, and engagement in services that addressed the needs of parents and young children in the context of their relationship
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Helping Families Raise Healthy Children (Project)
Caregivers -- Psychology.
Depression, Mental.
Parents of developmentally disabled children -- Services for.
Caregivers -- psychology.
Community Mental Health Services.
Depression -- etiology.
Developmental Disabilities -- complications.
Parent-Child Relations.
Parenting -- psychology.
Form Electronic book
Author Schultz, Dana (Dana J.)
Rand Corporation.
LC no. 2013010796
ISBN 0833079972 (electronic bk.)
0833079999 (electronic bk.)
9780833079978 (electronic bk.)
9780833079992 (electronic bk.)
(paperback; alk. paper)
(paperback; alk. paper)