The purpose of this current study is to examine the efficacy of a one-year home-visiting Brazelton program to support at-risk families, that is based on the concept of Touchpoints and anticipatory guidance.

Tazza, C., Bove, G., Pallini, S. (2022). Efficacy of a Brazelton home-visiting program: a single-case subject analysis. MINERVA PEDIATRICS [10.23736/S2724-5276.22.06679-4].

Efficacy of a Brazelton home-visiting program: a single-case subject analysis

Tazza, Cecilia;Bove, Giuseppe;Pallini, Susanna
2022

Abstract

The purpose of this current study is to examine the efficacy of a one-year home-visiting Brazelton program to support at-risk families, that is based on the concept of Touchpoints and anticipatory guidance.
Tazza, C., Bove, G., Pallini, S. (2022). Efficacy of a Brazelton home-visiting program: a single-case subject analysis. MINERVA PEDIATRICS [10.23736/S2724-5276.22.06679-4].
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