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Outcome data

Data collected and analysed by the National Implementation Service shows:

For the carers using Parenting Scale and Support Adherence Ratings

  • Significant reduction is carer stress post intervention
  • Improvements in positive parenting style post intervention
  • Highest levels of satisfaction scoring for enjoyment and engagement
  • Highest level of learning and retention of information scoring

For the children and young people using Strength and Difficulties Questionnaire and Parent Daily Report

  • Significant shift in children’s pro-social behaviours post intervention
  • Significant reductions in child behaviour post intervention

Sustained change is seen with similar trends 6 and 12 months post intervention.

The National Implementation Service is committed to continued data collection to build a UK evidence base which is extended beyond the original study conducted by Dr Patricia Chamberlain in San Diego, USA.

 

Click here to view the Annual Site Report for KEEP Prevention, KEEP Standard and KEEP Safe Groups across UK Local Authorities 2009-2018