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Implementing Triple P-Positive Parenting Program®-Home Visiting (Triple P-Home Visiting)

Materials and Forms to Support Implementation

Last Updated

May 2014

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Operations Manuals

Each intervention has a facilitator’s kit, which practitioners receive during training. The kits include videos, PowerPoint presentations, charts, manuals and workbooks.

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Service Delivery Forms

Resources tailored to each intervention are available for Triple P–Home Visiting providers to give to parents to reinforce parenting strategies. They take the form of workbooks, DVDs, or tip sheets. For example, a Positive Parenting Booklet includes advice on positive approaches to parenting. It is used in conjunction with individual parenting tip sheets that offer suggestions for preventing and managing common developmental and behavioral issues.

Practitioners can use Triple P questionnaires, which capture service delivery (such as the number of clients, the number of referrals, and program completion time), and family functioning. Practitioners can also use session checklists to help ensure they deliver the intervention components associated with the session.

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Assessment Tools

Practitioners can use questionnaires to assess domains of family functioning and behavior, and to monitor a family’s progress. They can complete the questionnaire on the Triple P Provider Network website and run an electronic client scoring application that generates results of the questionnaire.

Organizations can use the scoring application to assess an individual client’s progress or obtain information about service delivery outcomes for the organization or region; by individual practitioners; or by different categories such as demographics, intervention level, or districts. Agencies can use these analyses for comparisons with other programs or to report on program outcomes.

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Curriculum

No information is available.

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Available Languages

Parent resources have been translated from English into 17 other languages. Some practitioner resources have been translated into other languages, including Spanish, Dutch, German, Japanese, French, and Swedish.

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Fidelity Measurement

Triple P-Home Visiting uses three quality assurance or fidelity processes:

  • Practitioner accreditation, which certifies that practitioners are able to deliver the model as intended; 
  • Session checklists, which can be assessed by practitioners themselves or by supervisors; and 
  • Peer support networks, such as PASS, during which practitioners review cases and obtain feedback from other practitioners.

TPI implementation consultants can help agencies develop additional processes for measuring fidelity that are consistent with an agency’s existing oversight procedures. Examples include debriefing with families after the intervention, videotaping sessions and coding practitioners’ behaviors, and conducting site visits and chart reviews.

TPI recommends that agencies collect pre- and post-service delivery information to inform roll-out of Triple P and to serve as a framework for research and evaluations.

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Fidelity Standards

Other than practitioner accreditation requirements, agencies are not required to meet established fidelity standards. Processes for assessing fidelity can vary by agency.

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Notes

The information contained on this page was last updated in May 2014. Recommended Further Reading lists the sources for this information. In addition, the information contained in this profile was reviewed for accuracy by the Triple P America office on May 9, 2014. HomVEE reserves the right to edit the profile for clarity and consistency.

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