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  1. Using Family Survey Data for Program Improvement Melissa Raspa ECO at RTI International October 7, 2009

  2. Analyzing Family Outcomes Survey Data • What do I do with my family outcomes data? • Looking at outcomes for all families • Looking at outcomes for sub-groups of families • Looking at outcomes over time Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  3. Family Outcomes for All Families • How are families doing on each item and indicator? • Frequency distribution • Mean score • Cut-off score Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  4. Example: Frequency distributionItem 4: Know your rights Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  5. How are families doing on EACH outcome? • How are families doing on ALL outcomes? • Mean score • Cut-off score Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  6. Example: Cut-off Score for each Outcome Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  7. Family Outcomes for Sub-Groups • Are there differences in outcomes across local program? • Mean score • Cut-off score Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  8. Are there differences in outcomes by different types of families? • Race/ethnicity • Income • Home language Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  9. Example: Family Characteristic Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  10. Are there differences in outcomes by different types of children? • Gender • Disability • Age • Time in early intervention Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  11. Are there differences in outcomes by services received? • Type of services • Intensity of services • Where services received • Are family outcomes related to child outcomes? Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  12. Family Outcomes Over Time • Do family outcomes change over time? • Mean score • Cut-off score Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  13. Example: Change Over Time Early Childhood Outcomes Center

  14. For more information… • Please visit the ECO web site to review “A Guide to Analyzing Data from the Family Outcomes Survey” http://www.fpg.unc.edu/~eco/assets/pdfs/FOS_Guidance_Report_08-09.pdf Early Childhood Outcomes Center