There are pre-implementation materials to measure organizational or provider readiness for ParentChild+ as listed below:
- Site Start-up Packet
- Replication agreement
- Proposed plan document to be completed by local partner agency
- Administrative forms
Formal Support for Implementation
There is formal support available for implementation of ParentChild+ as listed below:
Formal implementation support is provided by the National Center’s Training and Program Support department and by State Program Directors; Support for data collection and management is provided by the Research and Evaluation department; and support with public and private fund development and sustainability planning is provided by the State Program Directors and the National Center Development department.
There are fidelity measures for ParentChild+ as listed below:
The methods of assessing fidelity include regular review of site data entered into DAISY (ParentChild+’s online management information system, which includes demographic, implementation, and assessment data); regular site visits/telephone check-ins by state directors and/or national staff; and a regular comprehensive site certification process, which includes site visits and reviews (including structured observation, home visit video coding, semi-structured interviews and data analysis), a self-report checklist describing implementation of the key elements of program, and feedback collected from multiple stakeholders.
Implementation Guides or Manuals
There are implementation guides or manuals for ParentChild+ as listed below:
The program provides a complete set of implementation guides for the program – including an administrative implementation manual, a site coordinator manual, an ELS manual, a guide to the training videos, and a guide to using the management information systems.
Research on How to Implement the Program
The program representative did not provide information about research conducted on how to implement ParentChild+.