Incredible Years

The Wilder Foundation's Incredible Years program promotes social and emotional competence and works to prevent, reduce, and treat children’s behavioral and emotional problems. It includes a classroom component for young children, a children’s therapy group, and a parent education group. The most recent report provides information about the program's work with Cummins Power Generation in which they implemented the Six Sigma business process to develop a sustainability plan for Incredible Years.


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The Benefits of Parenting Education - A Review of the Literature for the Wilder Parent Education CenterLiterature ReviewOctober 2016Monica Idzelis Rothe, Sarah Rogers-Tanner, Maggie Skrypek
Six Sigma and the Incredible Years ProgramOtherJanuary 2013Laura Martell Kelly
Incredible Years Parent Evaluation Results 2009-2011, Full reportEvaluationSeptember 2011Monica Idzelis
Incredible Years Parents and Babies Training Results 2011, SummaryEvaluationAugust 2011Monica Idzelis
Incredible Years Parents and Infants Training Results 2009, SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2010Monica Idzelis

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