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Implementing Child Parent Enrichment Project (CPEP)
Implementation last updated: 2012
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Materials and forms to support implementation
Service delivery forms
Public health, education, or social service professionals used a nine-item risk factor checklist when screening clients for CPEP. Parenting consultants and parents used task sheets to serve as prompts and to record tasks that they performed.
In assessing clients for referral to CPEP, community professionals used a nine-item risk factor checklist that included underuse of needed community services; a criminal or mental illness record; mother previously suspected of abuse; low self-esteem; chaotic lifestyle; lack of social support from father or family; low intelligence or poor health of mother; unplanned or unwanted pregnancy; and previous or ongoing abuse of mother.
To ensure consistent service delivery, parenting consultants were primarily supervised as a group.