This pathway is characterized by three elements: The proximal cause for entry into the coercive cycle is thought to be ineffective parental management strategies, particularly in regard to child compliance with parental directives during the preschool period. Types of parenting practices that have been closely associated with the development of child conduct problems include inconsistent discipline, irritable explosive discipline, low supervision and involvement, and inflexible rigid discipline. Coercive interactions with siblings can also play a role in the development and maintenance of conduct problems.
Initially more training is involved but this process provides staff in the community with the skills and knowledge necessary to deliver PMTO independently over time. During the first phase, therapists are trained and certified over a period of months.
These estimated costs include: Pre-planning activities including developing a plan and contract, ISII staff time for on-site visits, review of readiness checklists, and preparation for program delivery Five training workshops including a total of 18 training days A comprehensive set of materials including training curricula and one set of parent materials that sites can duplicate and share with parents Video-taping equipment to support the observation model of training in which trainees videotape practice sessions and sessions with trainee families for review and coaching by ISII A HIPAA compliant password protected online training database.
This database allows practitioners to upload written material and video recordings. Trainers and coaches can view the sessions and provide feedback on the sessions to practitioners.
Coaching by ISII coaches including at least 12 individual coaching sessions. Curriculum and Materials Included in Phase 1 cost above. Materials Available in Other Language: Program materials are available in the following languages at no additional cost: Spanish, Dutch, Norwegian, Icelandic, and Danish.
Parent materials are available for Ugandan parents who do not read.
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Licensing No separate cost; included in training package. ISII staff would likely have a minimum of five trips for on-site workshops during Phase 1. Also not included are the costs of staff and administrators' time while they participate in workshops. Intervention Implementation Costs Ongoing Curriculum and Materials Curricula expenses for the first two years are included in initial training and technical assistance costs above.
There are no additional costs for curricula and materials beyond Phase 1 costs noted above. The implementing agency would also have to pay for costs of duplicating parent materials.
Staffing Groups— participants per group.
Two facilitators per group. Individual families—Caseloads depend on agency requirements. Time to Deliver Intervention: Groups - Sessions last minutes.training curriculum that was modified from a successful parent training program curriculum.
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The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delin-quency Prevention (OJJDP) is dedicated to tudes, skills, and childrearing practices they will use with their own children.
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Parent support programs have a common goal— to improve the lives of children and their.