Infant and Early Years Program Evaluation

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Child Development and Education Inc Child Development and Education Inc

The Environmental Rating Scales (ERS) consist of a series of four scales that share the same format and scoring system. Each of the scales assess a different age group and/or type of early education and care setting. The ERS is a valid and reliable tool for program evaluation. Programs can use the appropriate scale for self-assessment and to determine areas for improvement. In this session, participants will learn about the content and use of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale, practice scoring, review results, and describe strategies for program improvement.

Evidence Based Child Therapy Evidence Based Child Therapy

Play Therapy Outcome Research Database This database aims to include all available play therapy intervention outcome research, 1995 to present, that is published or translated into English. Outcome research designs included are: randomized controlled trials, nonrandomized control and comparison groups, single case experimental design, and single group repeated measures. Play therapy treatment models represented in the data base include Child-Centered PT, Adlerian PT, Gestalt PT, Cognitive-Behavioral PT, Sandtray PT, Activity PT, Filial PT, and Theraplay©, many of which utilize manualized protocols.

Bratton et al. 2016 Texas APT Presentation
Helpful suggestions from TAPT participants on ways to disseminate play therapy's evidence base to a variety of stakeholders and professionals. Click on the "More" link to access the Bratton, ...

Sage Journal Sage Journal

Measuring program outcomes: Using retrospective pretest methodology
This study used longitudinal data from 307 mothers with firstborn infants participating in a home-visitation, child-abuse prevention program.