Project IMPACT

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About This Program

Target Population: Parents with intellectual and/or significant learning disabilities (ID/LD)

For parents/caregivers of children ages: 0 – 17

Brief Description

Project IMPACT provides intensive, in-home services for parents with intellectual and/or significant learning disabilities (ID/LD) who are risk for family disruption due to allegations of child maltreatment. Services are provided three times a week for six months. Program areas include basic child care, home and health safety, child management, and problem-solving skills. All skills are taught in a multimodal intervention format designed to meet a family’s particular learning style. Baseline, ongoing, and postintervention data is collected on both parent and home functioning.

Program Goals:

The goals of Project IMPACT are:

  • Increase parent skill level of parents with ID/LD
  • Improve levels of parent functioning
  • Improve quality of home environment
  • Reduce foster care placement

Contact Information

Trupti Rao, PsyD
Agency/Affiliation: Westchester Institute for Human Development
Website: www.wihd.org/individuals-families-caregivers/child-welfare
Email:
Phone: (914) 493-8141
Fax: (914) 493-1023

Date Research Evidence Last Reviewed by CEBC: February 2014

Date Program Content Last Reviewed by Program Staff: March 2018

Date Program Originally Loaded onto CEBC: March 2014