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Protective Factors Survey


The Protective Factors Survey (PFS) and the Protective Factors Survey, 2nd Edition (PFS-2) are designed for use with parents and caregivers participating in family support and child maltreatment prevention services. The PFS and PFS-2 assess multiple protective factors to prevent child abuse and neglect. Both surveys are intended to help agencies and programs better assess changes in family protective factors.

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November 2, 2022


Writing Survey Questions


Substantial research over the past forty years has demonstrated that there is a lot of science involved in crafting a good survey questionnaire. This article discusses the pitfalls and best practices of designing questionnaires.

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How to Design Survey Forms for Quick Data Entry


This concise and helpful guide explains how to design a survey form to make the data entry process as easy and quick as possible.

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How to Write Awesome Survey Questions -Part Two


This guide provides tips on how to create the three most common types of survey answers -numerical, multiple choice, and scales -in a way that improves accuracy and reduces bias.

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How to Write Awesome Survey Questions -Part One


This guide explains how to write clear, concise survey questions that will collect accurate data. This guide is best for basic quantitative surveys, needs assessments, simple baseline and endline surveys in the form of written surveys for individuals who are literate.

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Data Equity Framework


The Data Equity Framework is a systematic process that provides you with a set of tools, checklists, and practices that allow you to identify and understand each place in your work where you are embedding a worldview or prioritizing a lived experience. It equips you and your team to make those choices intentionally in a way that achieves the equity goals you have identified for your work.

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Circle of Security Parenting


Circle of Security ParentingTM (COSP) is an 8-week parenting program based on years of research about how to build strong attachment relationships between parent and child. It is designed to help parents learn how to respond to their child’s needs in a way that enhances the attachment between parent and child. It helps parents give their children a feeling of security and confidence so they can explore, learn, grow and build positive relationships; all essential skills for life-long success.

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October 28, 2022


The Economic Contributions of Healthy Food Incentives


The Economic Contributions of Healthy Food Incentives Fair Food Network | 2021 This pioneering study shows that broad expansions of healthy food incentives would provide powerful returns on that investment […]

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The Economic Contributions of Healthy Food Incentives


This pioneering study shows that broad expansions of healthy food incentives would provide powerful returns on that investment – for families, grocers, and farmers, as well as more broadly among the state economies where such benefits are expanded.  The findings demonstrate that state and federal policymakers would be wise to double down on their support for these programs.

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There’s No Place Like Home


Home visiting programs, which offer in-home services to pregnant women and new families, can lead to improved maternal and child health outcomes, positive parenting, safe homes, and connections to integrated assistance. This article highlights specific home visiting programs that are currently being funded in the United States.

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October 27, 2022


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