P.A.L.S.: Partners in Achieving Life Skills. A Cost Effective Model To Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect by Teenage Parents. Final Report.

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Page Count
9
Year Published
1990
Author (Individual)
Harmon, M.
Curneen, R.
Resource Type
Report
Resource Format
Unbound
This final report describes the Partners in Achieving Life Skills project, a cost effective model to prevent child abuse and neglect by teenage parents. The project consisted of 3 tiers: a community health nurse who assesses the child and family; paraprofessionals who serve as case managers; and community volunteers who assist the adolescent in achieving life skills. The project helped adolescents to increase knowledge in child development, knowledge of parenting issues, and levels of support systems.
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