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1 FamilyWise and Healthy Families Americas Accreditation Standards How our system will help YOU!!

2 HFA StandardReports to Use 1-1.A Target PopulationNo report necessary 1-1.B 75% IdentifiedUse report to get the number of families identified (referred/screened) and compare to Target Population. Administrative>Quarterly New>1. Screen Done 1-1.C Monitoring Screens Screens NOT assessed 1-1.D Screen/Assessment Timeframes Administrative>Credential> 1c. Client Assessment time evaluation and 1d. Non-admitted Assessment time evaluation 1-1.E Monitoring families who verbally decline further program involvement Refused family Analysis 1-1.F First Home Visit TimeframeAdministrative>Credential>3b. First Home Visit Evaluation Count Standard 1. Initiate services prenatally or at birth

3 HFA StandardReports to Use 1-2.A Acceptance RateThe number of families offered the program (have admission date)/ The number of family accepting the program (have consent date) 1-2.B Acceptance AnalysisAdministrative>QA Reports>Assessment Acceptance, Service Acceptance FSW, and Service Acceptance FAW 1-2.C Acceptance Plan to Increase No report necessary Standard 1. Initiate services prenatally or at birth

4 Standard 2. Standardized Assessment Tool HFA StandardReports to Use 2-1.A Screening /Assessment Tool Factors of Risk No report necessary 2-1.B Policy and Procedures, Criteria and Summaries No report necessary 2-1.C Screening/assessment Tool Administered Uniformly No report necessary 2-2.A Policy and Procedure Training Assessment Staff No report necessary 2-2.B Assessment Staff Receive TrainingTraining Tracking System available

5 Standard 3. Offer services voluntarily and use positive, persistent outreach efforts to build family trust HFA StandardReports to Use 3.1 Voluntary ServicesNo report necessary 3-2.A Policy and Procedures: Trust Building No report necessary 3-2.B Implementation of Policy and Procedures No report necessary 3-3.A Policy and Procedures: Creative Outreach No report necessary 3-3.B Implementation of Policy and Procedures Administrative>Credentialing>QA Reports>UE Family Activities, Credentialing>C11 Families on level X1 or X2 Service Received

6 HFA StandardReports to Use 3-4.A Retention RateSee Retention Rate Calculation 3-4.B Retention AnalysesAdministrative>Credentialing>12b Retention Rate (1 st HV/Adjust Moving) 3-4.C Retention PlanNo report necessary Standard 3. Offer services voluntarily and use positive, persistent outreach efforts to build family trust

7 HFA StandardReports to Use 4-1.A Policy and Procedures: Offering Weekly home visits No report necessary 4-1.B Length of time families are offered weekly home visits Administrative>Credentialing>4-1.B 4-2.A Policy and Procedures: Levels of Service No report necessary 4-2.B Home Visit Rate Administrative>Credentialing>4-2.B 4-2.C Monitor and address home visit rate No report necessary 4-2.D Family progress is the basis of change in level of service No report necessary 4-3 Services offered for a minimum of three years Administrative>Credentialing>15. Families in Program at least 3 years Standard 4. Offer Services Intensively

8 HFA StandardReports to Use 5-1 Service Population Administrative>Credentialing>9a.-9d., and Administrative>Tickler>Current Education, Current Employment>Demographics of Beneficiaries * can also export all tables 5-2.A Appropriate staff, materials and community partnerships Administrative>Credentialing>9a.-9d 5-2.B Cultural characteristics are taken into account when overseeing staff- family interactions No report necessary 5-3 Training on unique characteristicsTraining Tracking System available 5-4.A Cultural sensitivity reviewSee Cultural Sensitivity Review 5-4.B Family and staff inputSee Cultural Sensitivity Review 5-4.C Strategies for growth are identified See Cultural Sensitivity Review Standard 5. Services Should Be Culturally Sensitive

9 HFA StandardReports to Use 6-1.A Supervisor and Home Visitor discuss and review issues identified on the assessment No report necessary 6-1.B Home Visitor and family discuss and review issues identified on the assessment Home Visit records and Administrative>Credentialing> 19. Assessment related 6-2.A IFSP identifies strengths and needs No report necessary 6-2.B IFSP develops goals and objectivesNo report necessary 6-2.C IFSP progress reviewed regularlyIFSP tickler 6-2.D IFSP guides serviceHome Visit records and Administrative>Credentialing> 18. IFSP related Standard 6. Services Should Focus on Supporting Parents as well as Parent-Child Interactions and Child Development

10 HFA StandardReports to Use 6-3.A Policy and Procedures: Promotion of PCI, child development skills and health and safety issues No report necessary 6-3.B Implementation of positive PCI and Child Development Skills Administrative>Credentialing> 10. Home Visit Discussion Evaluation 6-3.C Implementation of Positive Health and Safety See 6-3.B 6-4.A Policy and Procedure: Administration of developmental screens No report necessary 6-4.B Implementation of Policy and Procedures Administrative>Tickler>Due report, Done report 6-5 Staff trained on developmental screen prior to administering it Training Tracking System available Standard 6. Services Should Focus on Supporting Parents as well as Parent-Child Interactions and Child Development

11 HFA StandardReports to Use 6-6.A Policy and Procedures: Tracking and follow through with developmental delays No report necessary 6-6.B Implementation of Policy and Procedures Tickler indicates who is in service for delays Standard 6. Services Should Focus on Supporting Parents as well as Parent-Child Interactions and Child Development

12 HFA StandardReports to Use 7-1.A Policy and Procedures: Medical providers for target children No report necessary 7-1.B Target children have medical providers Administrative>Quarterly>21. Total Target Children with Medical Home 7-2 Timely receipt of immunizations Administrative>Tickler> Immunization Tracking 7-3 Provision of information, referrals and linkages to health care resources Finder>Referral>Run Referrals Complete and Referrals In Process (export to specify medical) 7-4.A Connection to appropriate referral sources See 7-3 and Quarterly> B Follow-up to appropriate referral sources See 7-3 *paraphrased Standard 7. Families Should be linked to appropriate services (including medical home for target child).*

13 HFA StandardReports to Use 8-1.A Policy and Procedures: Caseload size No report necessary 8-1.B Policy and Procedures: Maximum Caseload No report necessary 8-1.C Implementation of Policy and Procedures Administration>Caseload Report 8-2.A Policy and Procedures: Managing caseloads No report necessary Standard 8. Caseload Management

14 For the remaining standards (9 through GA), no client level data is necessary.


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