Pediatric ACEs and Related Life Events Screener (PEARLS) TEEN (Parent/Caregiver Report) - To be completed by: Caregiver. It was originally published and should be referenced as: Bajaj K, Meguerdichian M, Thoma B, Huang S, Eppich W, Cheng A. 2018, 93(2), 336. The PEARLS Toolkit (201 pages) includes: background on the PEARLS Program; detailed instructions, guidance and tips about implementing the PEARLS Program within an organization and carrying out the components of the PEARLS sessions with clients; and all the forms you will need to create the organizational and data management infrastructure for the PEARLS Program. The PEARL is a Kindergarten Screener that accurately identifies future decoding and comprehension difficulty in minutes. Practice ToolsProviding high-quality care can be complex. The following resources are clinical practice tools approved by various committees of the American Epilepsy Society to facilitate high-quality care. • A recent survey of several PEARLS programs reported $1,350 agency costs for recruiting, screening, outreach and education, and costs to support a full-time interventionist. This tool was created in partnership with UCSF School of Medicine. • Costs vary based on staffing needs and # of clients • In addition, PEARLS training costs are $400 per person. 9. Acad Med. The PEARLS Healthcare Debriefing Tool. In-kind donations from site: N/A Resource Requirements Through dynamic assessment, the PEARL measures critical skills within the decoding and language domains and is designed to be a universal screener for … Parental Screening Questionnaire: A Safe Environment for Every Kid The PSQ was developed by Dr. Howard Dubowitz as a tool for pediatric practices to screen parents briefly for major psychosocial problems and risk factors for child maltreatment (eg, maternal depression, substance abuse in the family, intimate partner violence). The PEARLS Healthcare Debriefing Tool has been reproduced with permission from Academic Medicine. The PEARR tool is also available in Spanish. History. The Program to Encourage Active, Rewarding Lives (PEARLS) began in the late 1990s when the director of Aging and Disability Services, the area agency on aging for Seattle and King County, approached the University of Washington Health Promotion Research Center (HPRC). Validate a social determinants of health and adverse childhood experiences Screening tool [ Time Frame: 12 months ] Determine the best format of screening either identified (each question individually is answered) vs de-identified (only a total composite score is known) for adverse childhood experiences using the PEARLS (Pediatric Early Adversity and Related Life Advent Screen) tool. It is based off the CUES model, or universal education approach, which is trauma-informed, patient-centered, and recognizes that creating an emotionally and physically safe context for disclosure is often more effective than a checklist screening tool. For definitions for the development of AES documents such as Practice Tools, Position Statements, Guidelines, Checklists, Quality Indicators, Expert Consensus Statements,