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Message ID: 9215
Date: 2012-06-19

Author:Katie Rosanbalm

Subject:Re: Differential Response

Hi Yukako, I have been involved with the evaluation of Differential Response in North Carolina over the past 10 years. I am attaching a paper summarizing our findings. Happy to correspond with you further if you have questions! There have certainly been challenges along the way, but we have seen some really positive results and case workers/families report much better relationships and collaboration. Best wishes in your efforts! Katie Katie Rosanbalm, PhD katie.rosanbalm@duke.edu Research Scholar Center for Child and Family Policy Duke University On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 9:13 PM, Yukako Hatakeyama > wrote: Hi, I am currently researching on the Differential Response in the United States and the outcomes of the program. I am hoping to introduce the concept of DR to Japan and the shift from the investigation based system for the recent acute rise of child abuse/ neglect cases in Japan. I have been studying on Illinois project for the last three years, and would love to know about DR in the other states, too. Would anyone introduce me to other states (possible any provinces in Canada) who are successfully proceeding DR? I would love to visit agencies who actually have contracts in DR program and would love to know the actually procedures of how they have the alleged families engage in the program on the first stage. After all, I would really want to know if this too-good-to-be –true program actually works and get the evidence of it. Any link or any connection to information of DR would be appreciated (especially since it is hard to get them from overseas) . Thank you!!! Yukako HATAKEYAMA, Ph.D (c), AM, MSW, Associate Professor Department of Early Childhood Education Kobe Women’s Junior College, Japan coolestfroggydemmy@gmail.com

Hi Yukako, I have been involved with the evaluation of Differential Response in North Carolina over the past 10 years. I am attaching a paper summarizing our findings. Happy to correspond with you further if you have questions! There have certainly been challenges along the way, but we have seen some really positive results and case workers/families report much better relationships and collaboration. Best wishes in your efforts! Katie Katie Rosanbalm, PhD katie.rosanbalmduke.edu Research Scholar Center for Child and Family Policy Duke University On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 9:13 PM, Yukako Hatakeyama > wrote: Hi, I am currently researching on the Differential Response in the United States and the outcomes of the program. I am hoping to introduce the concept of DR to Japan and the shift from the investigation based system for the recent acute rise of child abuse/ neglect cases in Japan. I have been studying on Illinois project for the last three years, and would love to know about DR in the other states, too. Would anyone introduce me to other states (possible any provinces in Canada) who are successfully proceeding DR? I would love to visit agencies who actually have contracts in DR program and would love to know the actually procedures of how they have the alleged families engage in the program on the first stage. After all, I would really want to know if this too-good-to-be –true program actually works and get the evidence of it. Any link or any connection to information of DR would be appreciated (especially since it is hard to get them from overseas) . Thank you!!! Yukako HATAKEYAMA, Ph.D (c), AM, MSW, Associate Professor Department of Early Childhood Education Kobe Women’s Junior College, Japan coolestfroggydemmygmail.com