Development and initial psychometric examination of the Home Safety and Beautification Assessment in mothers referred to treatment by child welfare agents.

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Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death among children, with approximately 45% of injuries occurring in and around the home. Rates of home injury are particularly high in the homes of caregivers who are referred for intervention services by child welfare agents. However, there are few validated methods of home safety assessment available. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/pas0000197

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@article{Donohue2016DevelopmentAI, title={Development and initial psychometric examination of the Home Safety and Beautification Assessment in mothers referred to treatment by child welfare agents.}, author={B. P. Donohue and Michelle G Pitts and Graig M. Chow and Stephen D Benning and Arturo Soto-Nevarez and Christopher P. Plant and Daniel N. Allen}, journal={Psychological assessment}, year={2016}, volume={28 5}, pages={523-38} }