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Compendium of parenting interventions

All of the interventions included in this compendium have a central focus on parenting. As defined here, a parenting intervention is a structured set of activities for children's primary adult caregivers that is intended to positively influence parenting behaviors and achieve positive outcomes for children. These interventions are implemented over a specific time period and offer a standardized manual for staff delivering the intervention. They can be offered in early care and education settings (center- and home-based), schools, and other community-based settings, and engage parents in promoting their infants' and young children's development and learning. (author abstract)
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