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Addressing the needs of infants and toddlers exposed to maltreatment: Examining the impact of an integrated Early Head Start & Children and Youth Services Program

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This dissertation attempted to examine the relative benefits of the SafeStart model based upon the timing of services, pre-enrollment risk factors, and transitions in order to indicate under what conditions the intervention was most successful. Results suggested that longer enrollment duration lead to increased attainment of developmental milestones in the areas of cognitive, language, and social emotional development. Further, an examination of challenges associated with program evaluation and integrated data sharing is presented and recommendations to improve integrated data systems for zero to three and prevention programs are provided. (author abstract)
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