Aubyn Stahmer, PhD
Child and Adolescent Services Research Center, Children's Hospital, San Diego
This call represented the first of a series of seven conference calls sponsored by the OSEP Part C Identification Community of Practice and the NECTAC Vulnerable Populations Initiative. State Part C Coordinators, State ICC Chairs, State Liaison Officers for Child Abuse and Neglect, federal program staff, and selected technical assistance providers were sent invitations to participate.
An audio recording of the call as well as Call Resources and Related Links used in the call are linked below. The NECTAC facilitator for the call was Evelyn shaw.
Audio Recording of Call (MP3: 15599kb)
- State Part C Agencies and the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) (PPT: 1283kb)
Part C Lead Agency Standards of Practice for CAPTA Implementation - Survey
- Semi-structured surveys were utilized to examine Part C agency standards of practice in regard to the implementation of CAPTA policy in four main areas: (1) referrals, (2) screening/evaluation, (3) service delivery, and (4) methods of tracking. The survey contained 23 questions and was designed to be completed in 25 minutes. Question formats included yes/no, multiple choice, and short answer responses. No child or child specific data were obtained.
- NECTAC topic page on CAPTA
Return to the Vulnerable Populations Call Series Web Page.
This call is sponsored by The OSEP Part C Identification Community of Practice and The National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center.
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