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15 15  **Stepping up to COVID-19: Mental Health Support for Neurodiverse Children and Families during the Pandemic and Beyond**
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17 -I-InTERACT-North is an evidence-based positive parenting program that was created to address the mental health needs of parents of children with early brain injury and neurodevelopmental conditions. In response to our COVID-19 implementation experiences, we transitioned from a one-size-fits all full program delivery, to a novel stepped-care approach. Stepped care involves providing psychological support from the least to the most intensive, using self-led materials (i.e., podcasts) to more guided and 1:1 supportive care, which is matched to the family’s needs. In this presentation, Dr. Williams will describe the journey of the I-InTERACT-North program and its families and the results of its transition to a stepped-care service. She will also illustrate the value of patient-oriented research partnerships, strategies and next steps in wider-scale children’s mental health program scalability beyond the COVID-19 crisis.
17 +I-InTERACT-North is an evidence-based virtual positive parenting program that was created to address the mental health needs of parents of children with early brain injury and neurodevelopmental conditions. In response to our COVID-19 implementation experiences, we transitioned from a one-size-fits all full program delivery, to a novel stepped-care approach. Stepped care involves providing psychological support from the least to the most intensive, using self-led materials (i.e., podcasts) to more guided and 1:1 supportive care, which is matched to the family’s needs. In this presentation, Dr. Williams will describe the journey of the I-InTERACT-North program and its families and the results of its transition to a stepped-care service. She will also illustrate the value of patient-oriented research partnerships, strategies and next steps in wider-scale children’s mental health program scalability beyond the COVID-19 crisis.
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