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Life Skills Progression Lsp

Linda Wollesen

Life Skills Progression Lsp

An Outcome and Intervention Planning Instrument for Use with Families at Risk

by Linda Wollesen

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Brookes Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public Policy - Social Services & Welfare,
  • Politics / Current Events

  • The Physical Object
    FormatCD-ROM
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12084836M
    ISBN 101557668337
    ISBN 109781557668332

    The Life Skills Profile - 16 (LSP - 16) was developed by an Australian clinical research group to assess a consumer’s abilities with respect to basic life skills. Its focus is on the consumer’s general functioning and disability rather than their clinical symptoms. For use with at-risk families of children from birth to 3 years of age, the Life Skills Progression(TM) (LSP) is the only reliable, field-tested tool that provides the critical data home visiting programs need to demonstrate their effectiveness and receive support and funding.

    Compra LIFE SKILLS PROGRESSION: An Outcome And Intervention Planning Instrument for Use With Families at Risk. SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA su ordini idonei LIFE SKILLS PROGRESSION: An Outcome And Intervention Planning Instrument for Use With Families at Risk: : Wollesen, Linda, Peifer, Karen, Ph.D., Peifer, Veronica M., Ph.D.: Libri in altre Reviews: 1.   Use the Life Skills Progression™ (LSP)—the reliable, field-tested family assessment tool for families of children birth to 3 years. In this recording of .

    Prepare your staff and managers to implement Life Skills Progression™ (LSP™), a field-tested tool for recording home visiting data, planning interventions, and monitoring outcomes of young children and their families! To help your organization adopt LSP successfully, an LSP . LIFE SKILLS PROGRESSION An Outcome And Intervention Planning Instrument for Use With Families at Risk Pap/Cdr edition by Linda Wollesen, Karen, Ph.D. Peifer, Veronica M., Ph.D. Peifer. Published October by Brookes Publishing Company. Written in English.


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Life Skills Progression Lsp by Linda Wollesen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Life Skills Progression (LSP): An Outcome and Intervention Planning Instrument for Use with Families at Risk Paperback – November 3, by Linda Wollesen "M.A. RN LMFT" (Author), Karen Peifer "Ph.D.

M.P.H." (Author), Deanna Gomby Ph.D. (Foreword) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions5/5(1). LSP describes individual parent and infant/toddler progress using 43 individual categories of life skills that reflect the array of basic skills needed to live and parent well.

It also tracks important infant developmental and regulatory outcomes. Recommended by Parents as Teachers, the LSP meets the affiliate requirements for family-centered assessment and goal setting. For use with at-risk families of children from birth to 3 years of age, the Life Skills Progression(TM) (LSP) is the only reliable, field-tested tool that provides the critical data home visiting.

Ms. Wollesen is the author of the Life Skills Progression(TM) (LSP) instrument and pioneered the reliability and content work for the tool with the support of a fellowship from ZERO TO THREE: National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families.3/5(1).

THE LIFE SKILLS PROGRESSION (LSP) MODIFIED Parent Scale Item Score Areas of Life Skill Development 0 Low 1 2 3 4 5 High.

LSP Handbook Life Skills ProgressionTM (LSP) Handbook Life Skills Progression An Outcome and Intervention Planning Instrument for Use with Families at Risk By Linda Wollesen, R.N., M.A., & Karen Peifer, Ph.D. Order the LSP HANDBOOK from Brookes Publishing For Life Skills Progression Lsp book with at-risk families of children from birth to 3 years of age, the Life Skills.

Life Skills Progression (LSP),An Outcome and Intervention Planning Instrument for Use with Families at Risk,Life Skills Progression (LSP). Areas of Life Skill Development Life Skills Progression™ (LSP): An Outcome and Intervention Planning Instrument for Use with Families at Risk, by L.

Wollesen and K. Peifer. The LSP describes individual parent and infant/toddler progress using 43 types of life skills, which are grouped into 5 scales:  Relationships (items )  Education (items )  Mental health/substance abuse and other risks (items )  Basic essentials (items )  Infant/toddler development (items ) The LSP can be used to estimate two aspects of Parental Functional.

"Helps demonstrate individual client achievements as well as programmatic achievements at the aggregate data level." - Brad Richardson, Ph.D., Research Scientist & Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Iowa School of Social Work, National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice.

Life Skills Progression (LSP) Scales, Scoring & Balancing. Mar – cgl Page. Remember: • The LSP is. not. to be used as an interview tool with a list of questions for a parent to answer • The LSP is scored based on visit observations, parental report, and completion.

The Life Skills Progression™ (LSP™) tool measures a parent’s ability to achieve and maintain a healthy and satisfying life for families. LSP describes individual parent and infant/toddler progress using 43 individual categories of life skills that reflect the.

Life Skills Progression (LSP) Questions and Answers: 1. Completing the LSP - Age Range & Frequency Page 2. Completing LSP When the Child is not Cared for by Parents Page 2.

Completing the LSP – Location Page 2. Why Complete the LSP Page 3. The Life Skills Progression (LSP) This effective tool, which takes about five minutes to complete, measures parental life-skills — abilities, behaviors, and attitudes that help a family achieve a healthy and self-sufficient level of functioning.

The LSP’s 35 included life. Get this from a library. Life skills progression LSP: an outcome and intervention planning instrument for use with families at risk. [Linda Wollesen; Karen Peifer] -- "The Life Skills Progression (LSP) is the only reliable, field-tested tool for families of children from birth to 3 years that provides the critical data home visiting programs need to demonstrate.

Life Skills Progression instrument (LSP) for program evaluation, reflective supervision, and intervention planning.

Training is conducted at your site by LSP author Linda Wollesen or her designate for up to 40 home visitors, supervisors, program mangers, and trainers. Objectives At completion of the LSP Training, participants will have. The Life Skill Progression Handbook (Wollesen and Peifer) was published by the Brookes Publishing Co, Inc in The LSP is currently the only available tool to measure a parent's functional health literacy.

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Using This Book (For the professional, continued) The Practical Life Skills Workbook contains five separate sections to help participants learn more about themselves and the competencies they possess in many life skills areas.

Participants will learn about the importance of practical life skills. The LSP Training is a one-day (8 hours) hands-on training to ensure reliable, safe use of the Life Skills Progression instrument (LSP) for program evaluation, reflective supervision, and intervention planning.

Training is conducted at your site by LSP author Linda Wollesen or her designate for up. The Life Skills Progression (LSP) 4 includestwoscales that estimate two aspects of parental health literacy: Healthcare Literacy (sometimes called Medical Literacy) and Selfcare Literacy (also called Personal Health Literacy).

The two scales represent different skills for. The Life Skills Progression (LSP) By Guest Blogger Linda Wollesen, RN, MA, LMFT: Posted on Tuesday, J PM. The Life Skills Progression (LSP) Outcome measure, intervention-planning instrument for families.

The LSP is an outcome measure that shows what home visitors do and how.Instructions for Using and Scoring the LSP The LSP is a summary that a home visitor uses to sort and organize information gathered from visits, screening tools, and observation of the family.