Title

Social Inclusion Model: An Adolescent Parents Intervention Case Study for Measuring Social Inclusion Outcomes

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2019

Originally Published In

Child Welfare

Volume Number

97

Issue Number

3

Page Numbers

109-131

Abstract

Social inclusion is the level of community participation and interpersonal relationships that people experience, as individuals and as groups. Simplican, Leader, Kosciulek, and Leahy (2015) developed an ecological social inclusion models that we used to generate a measure for the social inclusion outcomes potentially achieved by a comprehensive intervention for families with adolescent parents in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.

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