The SKIP for PA Study (Services for Kids in Primary Care, SKIP) is a treatment research project 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.
Learn About the SKIP for PA Study
Want to learn more about SKIP for PA? Watch our 2-minute orientation video to find out more about participating.Watch the SKIP for PA Orientation Video
DOCC Caregiver Education Guide
The Doctor Office Collaborative Care (DOCC) Caregiver Education Guide is full of suggestions, information, and practical exercises you can use to help improve your child’s behavior. The materials are based on our treatment experiences and study findings from working with many families. This caregiver education guide is offered for download free of charge to anyone who would like to use it.Read the DOCC Caregiver Education Guide
Login here if you are an enrolled pediatric professional.Login to Provider Portal
If you are an enrolled caregiver participant, you can access Caregiver assessments with a one-time link sent by the SKIPforPA team. To request a new link, please use the link below.Request a Caregiver Assessment Link
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.
Suggest a Resource
Want to suggest a news story, resource, or other content to include here? Click the button below to access our "Contact Us" form and select "I would like to suggest a news story or research for inclusion on the SKIP for PA study website."Suggest News and Resources