Implementing Promoting Parental Skills and Enhancing Attachment in Early Childhood (CAPEDP) Trial
Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.
Model implementation summary last updated: 2019
The information in this implementation report reflects feedback, if provided, from this model’s developer as of the above date. The description of the implementation of the model(s) here may differ from how the model(s) was implemented in the manuscripts reviewed to determine this model’s evidence of effectiveness. Inclusion in the implementation report does not mean the practices described meet the HHS criteria for evidence of effectiveness. Please see the Effectiveness button on the left for more information about any research on the effectiveness of the model, including any version(s) of the model with effectiveness research. Versions of the model that are described in the Adaptations and enhancements section of this implementation report may include (1) versions that were identified by the model’s developer and (2) versions that have been implemented by researchers and have manuscripts that HomVEE rated high or moderate, but that are not supported by the model’s developer.
The Parental Skills and Attachment in Early Childhood: Reduction of Risks Linked to Mental Health Problems and Promotion of Resilience Project (CAPEDP) was a demonstration project* funded by the French National Ministry of Health, the French National Institute for Prevention and Health Education, the French National Institute for Health and Medical Research, and the French Public Health Research Institute. It was implemented from 2006 to 2011 by Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris, the main public university hospital in Paris.
*The information in this profile represents how the model was implemented during the demonstration trial.
The home visitor recorded a video of the mother and child interacting during daily routines, such as bath and meal time. During the following visit, the home visitor and mother discussed the video together and the home visitor helped the mother reflect on her parenting practices.
To guide the visits, the home visitors used (1) a series of six DVDs on topics such as pregnancy, child care, and child development; and (2) brochures covering a variety of health and mental health topics.
Model intensity and length
The length of each home visit was at least 1.5 hours.