The SKIP for PA Study (Services for Kids in Primary Care, SKIP) is a treatment implementation study for families of children who are between the ages of 5 and 12 years. We are trying to better understand how we can improve behavioral health care services provided at primary care providers' offices.
Information for Families
Learn More About the SKIP for PA Study
Want to learn more about SKIP for PA? Watch our 3-minute orientation video to find out more about participating.Watch the SKIP for PA Caregiver Information Video
If you are an enrolled caregiver participant, you can access Caregiver assessments with a one-time link sent by the SKIP for PA team. If you are having trouble logging in, please contact us using this link.Contact Us
DOCC DOCC Caregiver Resource Guide
The Doctor Office Collaborative Care (DOCC) DOCC Caregiver Resource Guide is full of suggestions, information, and practical exercises you can use to help improve your child’s behavior.Read the DOCC DOCC Caregiver Resource Guide
Information for Providers
Learn More About Your Participation in the SKIP for PA Study
Want to learn more about participating in SKIP for PA? Watch our 3-minute orientation video to find out more about this study.Watch the SKIP for PA Provider Information Video
If you are an enrolled provider in this study and are ready to complete your study assessments, watch DOCC Treatment Training Videos, or complete/review documentation on a study participant, please log in here.Login to Provider Portal
Need assistance with anything study-related? If so, please complete this brief form and the appropriate member of our staff will contact you by the end of the next business day.Contact Us
News and Resources
Check here for updates on the SKIP for PA study as they happen. We'll also spotlight other resources for caregivers and providers working with behavior problems and ADHD: news, blogs, and guides for ADHD and behavior problems.
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