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Message ID: 8242
Date: 2009-09-11

Author:Coohey, Carol A

Subject:RE: Children's knowledge safety and protection

Hi Roger,



The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Screener for Daily Living Skills includes some items on caregivers' perception of children's ability to care for and protect themselves (e.g., child is able to respond to strangers appropriately).



If anyone emails you directly about an instrument to measure children's knowledge of safety/protection, would you let me know?



My best,



c



Carol Coohey, Associate Professor

Director of the PhD Program

University of Iowa

School of Social Work

308 North Hall

Iowa City, IA 52242

319-335-1272

________________________________________

From: bounce-4279553-6833550@list.cornell.edu [bounce-4279553-6833550@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Roger Phillips [rogerdphillips@enter.net]

Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2009 5:05 PM

To: Child Maltreatment Researchers

Subject: Children's knowledge safety & protection



Is anyone aware of or can recommend a measure of children's (7/8 -

11/12 years) knowledge of safety/protective/supportive behaviors that

they can engage in to protect themselves from child maltreatment? I've

searched the archives and looked in LONGSCAN materials. Have found a

few leads which I will investigate further (e.g., Inventory of

Supportive Figures, Family Assessment Form, etc.), but none that seem

right on-point and none that appear standardized. Suggestions would be

much appreciated, and I thank you in advance.





Roger D. Phillips, Ph.D.

Developmental Psychologist & Consultant

120 W. 2nd Street

P.O. Box 100

Alburtis PA 18011

610.442.2215

rogerdphillips@enter.net





Hi Roger,



The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Screener for Daily Living Skills includes some items on caregivers' perception of children's ability to care for and protect themselves (e.g., child is able to respond to strangers appropriately).



If anyone emails you directly about an instrument to measure children's knowledge of safety/protection, would you let me know?



My best,



c



Carol Coohey, Associate Professor

Director of the PhD Program

University of Iowa

School of Social Work

308 North Hall

Iowa City, IA 52242

319-335-1272

________________________________________

From: bounce-4279553-6833550list.cornell.edu [bounce-4279553-6833550list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Roger Phillips [rogerdphillipsenter.net]

Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2009 5:05 PM

To: Child Maltreatment Researchers

Subject: Children's knowledge safety & protection



Is anyone aware of or can recommend a measure of children's (7/8 -

11/12 years) knowledge of safety/protective/supportive behaviors that

they can engage in to protect themselves from child maltreatment? I've

searched the archives and looked in LONGSCAN materials. Have found a

few leads which I will investigate further (e.g., Inventory of

Supportive Figures, Family Assessment Form, etc.), but none that seem

right on-point and none that appear standardized. Suggestions would be

much appreciated, and I thank you in advance.





Roger D. Phillips, Ph.D.

Developmental Psychologist & Consultant

120 W. 2nd Street

P.O. Box 100

Alburtis PA 18011

610.442.2215

rogerdphillipsenter.net