About the Work Group on Autism Research and Training

First-time parent interactive parenting intervention (Infant-Net)


This is a completed project.


Description

This project tests the effects of an adaptation to an empirically proven parenting program. An existing home visiting program is adapted for delivery via the Internet and enhanced with remote coaching. This project provides parents of young infants with an “eyeball” computer camera, Internet connection, phone coaching and technical training/support for six months to evaluate the digital translation.


Project Administration

Kathleen Baggett, principal investigator

Judith Carta, co-principal investigator


Project Contact

Kathleen M. Baggett, Ph.D.
Juniper Gardens Children's Project
650 Minnesota Avenue, Second Floor
Kansas City, KS 66101
kbaggett@ku.edu
(913) 321-3143, Ext. 237


In collaboration with :

Oregon Research Institute


Funded by:

National Institute of Mental Health


Publications and Presentations

Feil, EG; Baggett, KM; Davis, B; Sheeber, L; Landry, S; Carta, JJ; Buzhardt, J. Expanding the reach of preventitive interventions: development of an Internet-based training for parents of infants. Child Maltreatment. 2008 Nov;13(4):334-46.


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