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Monday, June 6 • 9:45am - 11:15am
Session 1E: So Many Measures, So Little Time: Developing Procedures for Using Standardized Assessments and Using the Results in Meaningful Ways

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The 2017 NCA Accreditation Standards highlight the importance of delivering standardized assessments and using the results in making treatment recommendations for children. The increased number of evidence-based treatments (EBT) available lead to a need for greater skill in determining the fit among children and caregivers with a given EBT. Next, child and family factors contribute to treatment engagement in ways that providers must recognize in order to effectively complete treatment with children. This presentation will describe how two CACs implemented standardized assessments, discuss steps for determining an appropriate treatment, engagement rates, and how to use assessments to monitor treatment.
Suggested Session Track: Research & Innovative Practices

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Darci Fritz

Director of Program Evaluation, CHKD Child Abuse Program
Darci Fritz, M.S. is the INVEST for Children Project Director and the Director of Program Evaluation and Grant Development at the CHKD Child Abuse Program. Ms. Fritz coordinates brief clinical assessments with children & their caregivers and oversees INVEST grant activities. Ms. Fritz is particularly interested in early childhood development, developing and implementing plans for sustainability of program services, and in evaluating the... Read More →

Monday June 6, 2016 9:45am - 11:15am
Mount Vernon Square A Renaissance Washington DC Hotel

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