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Family Development Resources, Inc. * NurturingParenting.com * 1.800.688.5822 *Available in Spanish **Available in Spanish & Other Languages Assessments and Inventories Adult-Adolescent Parenting Inventory (AAPI) is a 40 item, norm-referenced, Likert scale designed to assess the parenting beliefs and practices of adult and adolescent parent and non-parent populations. The AAPI is designed to assess the beliefs for parenting children from infancy to 12 years of age. Responses to the AAPI provide an index of risk for child maltreatment in five parenting practices known to result in child maltreatment. These practices are presented as Constructs: A. Developmental Expectations; B. Parental Level of Empathy; C. Belief in the use of Corporal Punishment; Responses to the AAPI provide a level of risk for child maltreatment on three levels: High, Moderate and Low. These levels of risk on the AAPI coordinate with the levels of prevention and dosage of lessons presented in the Nurturing Parenting Programs. Form Form A and Form B: There are two versions of the AAPI: Version A and Version B. Using alternate forms of the AAPI to gather pre and post program responses reduces the likelihood of increased positive parenting responses based on practice in completing the same inventory multiple times. Valid and Reliable Inventories used to Assess Parenting Attitudes, Knowledge and History The Benefits of Assessment • Measure the pre (Form A) and post (Form B) effectiveness of your parenting program. • Determine parenting strengths and areas that need improvement. • Increase the probability of funding with built-in pre-process-post assessment. The Levels of Assessment • Pre: Data collected prior to the formal start of your program to determine entry level capabilities. • Process: Data collected during the program to monitor ongoing growth and changes. • Post: Data collected at the completion of your program to determine the level of growth and future intervention needs of the family. Types of Assessment • Knowledge: What do parents/teens know of appropriate parenting practices? • Attitudes: What attitudes do parents/teens express about raising children? • History: What childhood history do parents/teens have that affects their parenting? Intended Populations - Adult parent and pre-parent populations as well as adolescent parent and pre-parent populations as young as 13 years old. Reading Level - The AAPI has an assessed fifth grade reading level. D. Reversing Parent-Child Family Roles; and E. Oppressing Children’s Power and Independence Adult-Adolescent Parenting Inventory (AAPI) on AssessingParenting.com To Order Use Code, AOL Administrations can be used for AAPI, NSCS or PARTI AOL1 1 to 10 administrations $ 10.00 per administration AOL11 11 to 25 admins $ 6.00 per admin AOL26 26 to 59 admins $ 4.00 per admin AOL60 60 to 400 admins $ 2.50 per admin AOL401 401 to 1,000 admins $ 2.25 per admin AOLOVER1K AOLOVER1K Over 1,000 admins $ 2.00 per admin 64