Family Resilience Initiative Research Program
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|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04018404|
Recruitment Status : Not yet recruiting
First Posted : July 12, 2019
Last Update Posted : July 17, 2019
Le Bonheur Children's Hospital
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Le Bonheur Children's Hospital
University Le Bonheur Pediatric Specialists (ULPS) and Le Bonheur Community Health and Well-Being, Maternal Child Department, have started the Family Resilience Initiative (FRI) in the ULPS General Pediatrics Clinic. This clinical program screens children 9 to 48 months of age for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Social Determinants of Health (SDH) at the time of presentation for well child checks. Children with positive screens for ACES and/or SDH, and their adult caregivers, receive community resource referrals with warm handoffs to vetted organizations. In addition, if indicated, psychological services are offered for children based upon the presence of one or more of ACEs and current health, social, and behavioral problems. It is expected that enrollment in FRI will improve quality of life for families through reduction in stress by addressing unmet social needs and providing psychological counseling of children and families with any ACE exposure. The investigators expect that FRI will have a positive impact on the physical health, healthcare utilization, mental health, development, and school readiness of children in the program compared to controls. The investigators will compare changes in weight for height and blood pressure percentiles at enrollment and end of study and the number of unscheduled healthcare visit for illness for children in the FRI clinical program compared to controls, receiving standard of care. Healthcare visits include visits to the clinic and visits to the Le Bonheur Emergency Department. The investigators will also compare pre- and post-treatment scores on the validated Child Behavior Checklist and Parenting Stress Index as a measure of stress reduction. Furthermore, the investigators will measure age appropriate attainment of developmental milestones scores on early, school-based testing (MAP) testing scores obtained through Seeding Success. The investigators will also determine rates of physician-diagnosed early behavioral disorders such as ADHD. The investigators expect that reduced stress and its downstream conditions will lead to decreased healthcare visits, improved attainment of developmental and educational milestones, and lower rates of behavioral disorders.
|Condition or disease||Intervention/treatment||Phase|
|Adverse Childhood Experiences||Other: FRI CLINICAL PROGRAM||Not Applicable|
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|Study Type :||Interventional (Clinical Trial)|
|Estimated Enrollment :||400 participants|
|Intervention Model:||Parallel Assignment|
|Masking:||None (Open Label)|
|Official Title:||Family Resilience Initiative Research Program|
|Estimated Study Start Date :||July 15, 2019|
|Estimated Primary Completion Date :||June 2022|
|Estimated Study Completion Date :||June 2024|
No Intervention: Control
Subjects will be approached for enrollment prior to or following clinic visit with physician. Only children present with a biological mother will be considered for enrollment. Charts of controls will be flagged so that they will not be able to be enrolled in the FRI clinical program if they present to a morning clinic where the program is offered.
Mothers and children will be approached by study personnel (separate from Outreach Coordinators who will obtain consent for use of information to evaluate the FRI Clinical Program) for enrollment in the FRI Research Program following completion of all FRI Clinical Program activities for that day. Both mother and child will be enrolled and contribute data and samples to the FRI Research Program.
Other: FRI CLINICAL PROGRAM
University Le Bonheur Pediatric Specialists and Le Bonheur Community Health and Well-Being, Maternal Child Department, have started the Family Resilience Initiative (FRI) in the ULPS General Pediatrics Clinic. This clinical program screens children 9 months to less than five years of age for ACES and SDH at the time of presentation for well child checks. There are two outreach coordinators who screen and enroll children attending clinic for a well-child check during morning clinics 3 to 4 days per week. Children with positive screens for ACES and/or SDH, and their adult caregivers, receive community resource referrals with warm handoffs to vetted organizations. In addition, if indicated, psychological services are offered for children based upon the presence of one or more of ACEs and current health and behavioral problems.
Primary Outcome Measures :
- Change in CBCL score (behavioral measure) [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]We will use the CBCL scores (total, internalizing and subscales, externalizing and subscales) to define behavior problems. Since we expect a high rate of loss to follow up during the study, we plan to recruit 195 subjects in each arm to account for up to 50% loss to follow up. Our target population for the primary outcome will therefore be 390.
- Changes in BMI from baseline [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]We will use changes in BMI to classify child as underweight, normal weight, overweight, obese.
- Change in blood pressure percentile from baseline (health measure) [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]We will use changes in blood pressure percentile to determine presence of hypertension.
- Rate of diagnosis of ADHD (behavioral measure) [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]We will use the diagnosis of ADHD to define specific behavioral problems
- Percentiles on ASQ domains (developmental measure) [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]We will use percentiles on ASQ domains to determine achievement of appropriate developmental milestones.
- Measures of Academic Progress testing score (school age) [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]Using the RIT (Rasch Units) to chart the students academic growth from year to year. Will be available once child has entered school and will be used to determine school readiness.
- Change in Parenting Stress Index score (mother) [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]We will use Parenting Stress Index to determine the level of parental stress. The PSI 120 item inventory that focuses on three major domains of stress (child characteristics, parent characteristics, and situational/demographic life stress.
- Change in flourishing score (mother) [ Time Frame: after 3 years ]This scale is used around the world to assess various domains of flourishing, or human well being. We will use changes in flourishing score to determine maternal well being
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