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The Outcomes Star for preparing for and looking after your baby
Author (s): Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise Limited in collaboration with the Family Nurse Partnership as part of their innovative ADAPT program.
The New Mum Star™ is designed to be used with women who need support as they prepare to become mums and after their baby is born.
The Outcomes Star for children
Author (s): Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise Limited in collaboration with Family Action, Action for Children, Westminster Council and Coram, plus a number of smaller voluntary organizations through part-funding from the Department for Education
My Star™ is suitable for children in families that are identified as vulnerable/troubled and receiving services, as well as children looked after by foster carers or in a children’s home.
Our group of Outcomes Stars for parents
Author (s): Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise Limited in collaboration with various organizations and funding bodies.
Four variants of the Outcomes Star for parents are available – the Family Star™, Family Star Plus™, Family Star (Early Years)™ and Family Star (Relationships)™.
Author(s): Beth Stockton
An outcomes measurement framework for measuring the outcomes of family support programs and activities addressing issues relating to parenting, family relationships and child well-being. As part of this solution, we have reviewed and collated the key outcome and reporting areas that are specific to different State agencies across Australia. Your framework will be tailored depending on the relevant state your program is delivered in.
Author(s): Boris Birmaher, M.D., Suneeta Khetarpal, M.D., Marlane Cully, M.Ed., David Brent, M.D., and Sandra McKenzie, Ph.D.,
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh
This tool was created by a group of researchers at University of Pittsburgh and is typically free to use for not-for-profit organizations.
Author(s): Youthinmind Ltd
The SDQ exists in several versions to meet the needs of researchers, clinicians and educationalists. Child and adolescent mental health programs and clinics would use the SDQ as part of their pre and post assessments to evaluate specific interventions. Parents, teachers or young people over the age of 11 years would complete the questionnaire, with findings determining the course and subsequent outcome(s) of the intervention.