Evaluating the Implementation and Sustainability of an Evidence-based Intervention: Delivering Triple P within Indigenous Child Welfare Agencies.
xvii, 122 p.
In both Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations, research clearly links evidence-based parenting programs to decreases in child behavior problems, dysfunctional parenting, and child abuse and maltreatment. However, Indigenous families often do not have adequate opportunities to access these programs. This is due to a number of compounding program, service organization, process and interaction factors that are reviewed and evaluated in this thesis. (Author abstract)
evidence based practice; indigenous populations; parenting skills; parent education; parent child relationships; behavior problems; behavior modification; child abuse; barriers; program implementation; early intervention programs