Recently, Parenting with Love and Limits presented to the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board and its PLL team of Deanna Lavery and Katie Chilton the Success Award for PLL implementation.
PLL vice president Ellen Souder said that “this is a significant achievement that is based on meeting the following key benchmarks in a 12-month period: provided PLL services to 25 new families, 81 percent of the families who received PLL services successfully completed the PLL program, achieved the Intermediate PLL Model Adherence Level based on video supervision, and effectively administered internal measures used to obtain objective outcomes at a very high percentage (92 percent).”
According to Souder, “the average length of time that it takes most PLL teams to reach this achievement is three years.” Lavery and Chilton accomplished this goal in their first full year of providing PLL services.
PLL is the first evidenced-based program to combine a parent...
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