Empowering Parents Empowering Communities

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EIF Programme Assessment, Empowering Parents Empowering Communities has evidence of a short term. positive impact on child outcomes from at least one rigorous evaluation Evidence. What does the evidence rating mean, Level 3 indicates evidence of efficacy This means the programme can be. described as evidence based it has evidence from at least one rigorously. conducted RCT or QED demonstrating a statistically significant positive. impact on at least one child outcome, This programme does not receive a rating of 4 as it has not yet replicated its. results in another rigorously conducted study where at least one study. indicates long term impacts and at least one uses measures independent of. study participants,Cost rating, A rating of 1 indicates that a programme has a low cost to set up and deliver. compared with other interventions reviewed by EIF This is equivalent to an. estimated unit cost of less than 100,Cost rating 1.
Child outcomes, According to the best available evidence for this programme s impact it can. achieve the following positive outcomes for children. Preventing crime violence and antisocial behaviour. Improved child behaviour parent report based on study 1. This programme also has evidence of supporting positive outcomes for. couples parents or families that may be relevant to a commissioning decision. Please see the About the evidence section for more detail. EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 2. Key programme characteristics,Who is it for, The best available evidence for this programme relates to the following. age groups,How is it delivered, The best available evidence for this programme relates to implementation. through these delivery models,Where is it delivered. The best available evidence for this programme relates to its implementation in. these settings,Children s centre or early years setting.
Primary school,Secondary school,Community centre,Out patient health setting. How is it targeted, The best available evidence for this programme relates to its implementation as. Targeted indicated, EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 3. Where has it been implemented,Australia England,UK provision. This programme has been implemented in the UK,UK evaluation.
This programme s best evidence includes evaluation conducted in the UK. EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 4. About the programme,What happens during delivery,How is it delivered. EPEC is delivered by two EPEC parent facilitators QCF 3 to groups of 12. EPEC is delivered over eight sessions of two hours duration each. What happens during the intervention, Parents learn strategies for improving the quality of their interactions with. their child reducing negative child behaviour and increasing their efficacy. and confidence in parenting, Sessions involve group discussions demonstrations role play and. homework assignments,What are the implementation requirements. Who can deliver it, Both practitioners who deliver this programme are EPEC parent.
facilitators with QCF 3 level qualifications,What are the training requirements. The practitioners have 60 hours of programme training Booster training. of practitioners is recommended,How are the practitioners supervised. It is recommended that practitioners are supervised by one host agency. supervisor qualified to QCF 7 8 with 30 hours of programme training. EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 5. What are the systems for maintaining fidelity,Training manual. Other online material,Video or DVD training,Face to face training. Accreditation or certification process,Supervision.
Booster training,Fidelity monitoring,Supervisor observation of programme delivery. Is there a licensing requirement, There is no licence required to run this programme. How does it work Theory of Change,How does it work. EPEC is based on social learning principles that assume that some. parenting behaviours inadvertently encourage unwanted child behaviours. Parents therefore learn strategies for discouraging unwanted behaviours. and improving positive family interactions, In the short term EPEC aims to provide parents with skills for improving. children s behaviour and increasing their confidence in their parenting. In the long term children will be better able to manage their feelings and. Contact details,Dr Crispin Day,crispin 1 day kcl ac uk.
The Centre for Parent and Child Support,http www cpcs org uk. Louisa Campbell,louisa campbell slam nhs uk,cpcs slam nhs uk. EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 6. EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 7. About the evidence, EPEC s most rigorous evidence comes from a single RCT which was. conducted in the UK,Citation Day et al 2012 Design RCT. Country United Kingdom,Sample 116 families living in Southwark.
Child outcomes,Improved child behaviour parent report. Other outcomes,Improved parenting, Day C Michelson D Thomson S Penny C Draper L 2012 Evaluation. of a peer led parenting intervention for disruptive behaviour problems in. children community based randomised controlled trial BMJ 2012 344 e1107. doi 10 1136 bmj e1107, Available at http www bmj com content 344 bmj e1107 full. EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 8. Other studies, The following studies were identified for this programme but did not count. towards the programme s overall evidence rating A programme receives the. same rating as its most robust study or studies, Charalambides M 2013 An evaluation of peer led parenting groups in.
routine practice Service evaluation project submitted in partial fulfilment for. the D Clin Psy degree King s College London, https kclpure kcl ac uk portal files 12505216 Studentthesis Monica Charalambides 2013 pdf. Day C Michelson D Thomson S Penny C Draper L 2012 Evaluation. of a peer led parenting intervention for disruptive behaviour problems in. children community based randomised controlled trial BMJ 2012 344 e1107. doi 10 1136 bmj e1107, Day C Michelson D Thomson S Penney C Draper L 2010 Innovations. in practice Empowering Parents Empowering Communities A pilot evaluation. of a peer led parenting programme Child and Adolescent Mental Health 17. EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 9. The EIF Guidebook provides information about early intervention programmes. that have at least preliminary evidence of achieving positive outcomes for. children It provides information based on EIF s assessment of the strength of. evidence for a programme s effectiveness and on detail about programmes. shared with us by those who design run and deliver them. The Guidebook serves an important starting point for commissioners to find. out more about effective early interventions and for programme providers to. find out more about what good evidence of impact looks like and how it can. be captured As just one of our key resources for commissioners and. practitioners the Guidebook is an essential part of EIF s work to support the. development of and investment in effective early intervention programmes. Our assessment of the evidence for a programme s effectiveness can inform. and support certain parts of a commissioning decision but it is not a. substitute for professional judgment Evidence about what has worked in the. past offers no guarantee that an approach will work in all circumstances. Crucially the Guidebook is not a market comparison website ratings and. other information should not be interpreted as a specific recommendation. kite mark or endorsement for any programme,How to read the Guidebook. EIF evidence standards,About the EIF Guidebook, EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 10. The Early Intervention Foundation EIF is an independent charity and a. member of the What Works network We support the use of effective early. intervention for children young people and their families identifying signals of. risk and responding with effective interventions to improve outcomes reduce. hardship and save the public money in the long term. We work by generating evidence and knowledge of what works in our field. putting this information in the hands of commissioners practitioners and. policymakers and supporting the adoption of the evidence in local areas and. relevant sectors,www EIF org uk TheEIFoundation, 10 Salamanca Place London SE1 7HB 44 0 20 3542 2481.
EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 11. Disclaimer, The EIF Guidebook is designed for the purposes of making available general information in. relation to the matters discussed in the documents Use of this document signifies acceptance of. our legal disclaimers which set out the extent of our liability and which are incorporated herein by. reference To access our legal disclaimers regarding our website documents and their contents. please visit eif org uk terms conditions You can request a copy of the legal disclaimers by. emailing info eif org uk or writing to us at Early Intervention Foundation 10 Salamanca Place. London SE1 7HB, EIF Guidebook Empowering Parents Empowering Communities 12. Empowering Parents Empowering Communities EPEC is for disadvantaged families experiencing behavioural difficulties with a child between the ages of two and 11 Parents attend eight weekly two hour sessions facilitated by pairs of trained and supervised peer facilitators During these sessions parents learn strategies for improving the quality of their interactions with their child

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