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Steps to Full Transfer

The Full Transfer approach to GenerationPMTO implementation is a multi-phase process. The goal is to achieve sustained model fidelity. ISII trains a first generation of practitioners. ISII then provides ongoing support and training to leaders from this first generation as they build their own infrastructure for training, coaching, fidelity checks, certification, and further tailoring within their site. As an effective infrastructure becomes established, the community gradually assumes responsibility for maintaining model fidelity. ISII ensures that competent adherence to GenerationPMTO is sustained with annual reliability assessments via the FIMP Central secure database and portal. The process of full transfer

from program developer (ISII) to community requires significant up-front resource investment to complete the multi-phase process. Our full transfer approach enables communities to be in charge of extending their reach to families in need. Download the PMTO Steps to Full Transfer brochure.

Full Transfer Process

Phase 1 | Preparation

Provide GenerationPMTO overview

Information exchange between ISII and community

Provide program materials

Structured interview to determine potential fit

Exchange site visits

Discuss and design training options

Complete Readiness Checklist

Provide budget estimation

Collaborative decision to move forward

Prepare and sign contract

Gather resources

Phase 2 | Early Adoption

Engage agencies and trainees

Ensure family referrals

Manage logistics (schedule workshops, facilities, materials, access to training)

Ensure sufficient resources and technical assistance

Troubleshoot service delivery barriers

Develop and purchase site-specific database

Develop communication structure

Promote supportive troubleshooting environment

Conduct regularly scheduled meetings (videoconference, phone, in-person)

Assess progress and changes

Evaluate and adjust for feasibility

Provide technical assistance

Adapt program for context and culture

Conduct training for practitioners

Monitor fidelity throughout training

Complete training through certification

Phase 3 | Implementation

Build infrastructure

Sustain commitment and support

Troubleshoot and problem solve

Adapt program and sustain fidelity

Train coaches, trainers, and fidelity raters

Guide and monitor infrastructure development

Evaluate fidelity, process, and outcomes

Provide technical assistance

Phase 4 | Sustainability

Integrate program within system

Maintain and support infrastructure leadership

Site trains next generation of practitioners, coaches, and trainers to increase capacity

Fidelity raters achieve certifying competency

Sustain buy-in and commitment

Provide support across system and levels

Evaluate fidelity, process, and outcomes

Establish governing authority

Collaborate to define roles and responsibilities (develop Matrix)

Recertification plan established

Provide technical assistance

Complete annual reliability check to demonstrate model fidelity

Transfer to community is accomplished

Phase 5 | Continuing Collaborations

Extend program's reach

ISII and community negotiate long-term agreements

Explore booster and research opportunities

Train community (new agencies) to build and sustain infrastructure and identify stakeholders

Explore delivery options (individual, parent groups, telehealth)

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