Tag Archives: Early Intervention

Building Sustainable Parent Interventions in Early Years

White, C. (2018) "Building Sustainable Parent Interventions in Early Years." In Faulconbridge, J., Hunt, K. and Laffan, A. (Eds.) Improving The Psychological Wellbeing Of Children and Young People pp. 71-92. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.    Abstract The evidence for investing in early intervention in the early years of a child’s life is overwhelming. There.
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Evidence-based Early Years Intervention

House of Commons Science and Technology Committee (2018). Evidence-based Early Years Intervention. London: House of Commons.   Early intervention is a loosely-defined term that refers to taking action as soon as possible, to tackle problems before they become more difficult to reverse. In this Report, we consider early intervention in relation to childhood adversity.
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Exploring the effects of a universal classroom management training programme on teacher and child behaviour: A group randomised controlled trial and cost analysis

Hickey, G., McGilloway, S., Hyland, L., Leckey, Y., Kelly, P., Bywater, T., Comiskey, C., Lodge, A., Donnelly, M., O’Neill, D. (2015). Exploring the effects of a universal classroom management training programme on teacher and child behaviour: A group randomised controlled trial and cost analysis. Journal of Early Childhood Research,.
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Promoting Behavioral Health Equity through Implementation of the Incredible Years within Primary Care

Carson, M.C., Montaño, Z., Kelman, A., Coffey, D.M., Javier, J.R. (2019). Promoting Behavioral Health Equity through Implementation of the Incredible Years within Primary Care. Translational Issues in Psychological Science 5(4), 390–401.  https://doi.org/10.1037/tps0000212 Abstract Mental health disparities continue to be a concern for racial and ethnic minorities in the United States..
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Protocol for a randomized pilot study (FIRST STEPS): implementation of the Incredible Years-ASLD® program in Spanish children with autism and preterm children with communication and/or socialization difficulties

Valencia, F., Urbiola, E., Romero-González, M., Navas, I., Elías, M., Garriz, A., Ramírez, A., and Villalta, L. (2021). Protocol for a randomized pilot study (FIRST STEPS): implementation of the Incredible Years-ASLD® program in Spanish children with autism and preterm children with communication and/or socialization difficulties. Trials 22, 291. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-021-05229-1 Abstract Having access.
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