During each home visit, home visitors complete a checklist of the activities specified in the protocol. Home visitors also maintain detailed records of attempts to contact mothers.
Implementing MOM Program
Model implementation summary last updated: 2013
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Materials and forms to support implementation
During the home visits around the 18th month, home visitors administer the ASQ to increase mothers’ awareness of their child’s developmental status and need for early intervention services, if necessary. If ASQ results prompt concern about the child’s development, both the mother and the child’s health care provider receive summary letters.
The curriculum is based on Hospital and American Academy of Pediatrics’ guidelines for the care of children’s health. Developmental milestones are based on guidance from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Neonatal Follow-Up Program.
During each home visit, home visitors complete a checklist of protocol-specific activities. Supervisory group members review the checklist; protocol departures are discussed during the weekly supervisory group meeting and the correct protocol is revisited.
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