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Results from the Incredible Years School Age Programme for children aged 8+ years. Margiad Elen Williams. Pathfinders project. Funded 2006 to support 18 Authorities, six with the school aged IY parent programme First trial of the school age programme with older age range. The Programme.

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results from the incredible years school age programme for children aged 8 years

Results from the Incredible Years School Age Programme for children aged 8+ years

Margiad Elen Williams

pathfinders project
Pathfinders project
  • Funded 2006 to support 18 Authorities, six with the school aged IY parent programme
  • First trial of the school age programme with older age range
the programme
The Programme
  • 18 sessions (School Age Basic + Advanced adult relationship programme)
  • Delivered by 6 Authorities some with no or limited IY experience
  • Targeted 8+ years but delivered to wider age range
  • Training, supervision and mentoring provided (co-ordinated from Bangor)
sample children
Sample - children
  • N = 300 aged between 8 – 16 years
  • Mean age 10.5 (SD 1.63)
measures
Measures
  • Child Behaviour Measures
    • Eyberg Child Behaviour Inventory (ECBI)
    • Strengths & Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ)
  • Parenting Skills
    • Arnold-O’Leary Parenting Scale
  • Parental Depression
    • Beck Depression Inventory (BDI)
  • Sample Characteristics
    • Personal Data & Health Questionnaire (PDHQ2)
results
Results
  • Analysis run for using available pre- and post-data (approx 50%) plus Intention To Treat (ITT) analysis
  • Unfunded study data collected by service delivery staff
  • Significant improvements on all measures, also demonstrated in ITT analysis
child behaviour results
Child Behaviour Results
  • Child behaviour problems reduced to under clinical cut-off
child behaviour results 2
Child Behaviour Results 2
  • Improvements in child behaviour also seen on the SDQ.
parental depression results
Parental Depression Results
  • Significant reductions in parental depression
parenting skills results
Parenting Skills Results
  • Significant improvements in parenting skills
mediator moderator
Mediator/Moderator
  • What was bringing about the change and for whom?
  • Mediator – improvements in parenting skills mediated improvements in child behaviour
  • Moderator – usual risk factors, teen parent, single parent, drug/alcohol, poverty, parental depression did NOT predict child behaviour outcomes all did equally well
  • Family history of crime did reduce child behaviour outcomes
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Results demonstrate that the programme is effective in improving children’s problem behaviours
  • Also effective in improving parental mental health and parenting skills
  • The programme is effective for older children and their parents
future recommendations
Future recommendations
  • A Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) is now needed
  • Many remained above clinical cut-off levels. 18 session programme is the minimum for use with older age group.
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