Output Measures

This report contains information required by funders in the state of Iowa, as well as data that programs can use for program planning, evaluation, and Quality Improvement activities.

The section below contains information about each tab in the Iowa FSSD Report.

Reminder: Primary Caregiver and children with profiles and assessments entered into DAISEY will be represented in reports. The data only reflects families that are actively enrolled during the date range selected in the filter.

What does this report represent

This reports represents data entered into DAISEY for Iowa FSSD programs. Some graphs may have Unknown or Invalid data.  To review Unknown or Invalid data in these reports, review underlying data to determine what data needs corrected. Instructions for accessing underlying client level data and downloading PDF versions of reports are available in the DAISEY Technical Assistance Brief – How to Use DAISEY Reports.

USING FILTERS

Use the following filters to determine the data to review:

Reporting Year (fiscal year), Reporting Period (Quarter), and Short-term or Long-term program (applies to PFS/LSP tab only), Organization Name, Program Name and County Name.

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1- Output Measures

Children & Families Served

Figure 1

Figure 1

Details

Form: Caregiver and Child Profiles

Questions considered: Date of Enrollment, Child Date of Birth, Primary Caregiver Discharge Date

Who is counted: All Primary Caregivers and children under the age of 6 (for Children 0-5 graph) who are actively enrolled anytime during the date range selected.

Notes:

  • Families (Fig. 1) includes all Primary Caregivers, regardless of gender.

Services Provided

Figure 2

Figure 2

Details

Form: Primary Caregiver Profile and Quarterly Report

Questions considered: Enrollment Date, Discharge Date, Number of home visits completed, Number of group-based parent education meetings attended

Who is counted: All home visits and group-based parent education meetings reported on Primary Caregiver Quarterly reports whose quarter occurred during the date range selected.

Notes:

  • If either of these numbers appears inappropriate (Fig. 2), it could it could be a data entry error (i.e. someone put 1000 visits instead of 10).

Mom’s Age at Enrollment

Figure 3

Figure 3

Details

Form: Primary Caregiver Profile

Questions considered: Enrollment Date, Date of Birth, Gender, Discharge Date

Who is counted: All Female Primary Caregivers who are actively enrolled anytime during the date range selected.

Notes:

  • Only female Primary Caregivers are considered in this graph (Fig. 3).
  • Invalid Birthdate are those female Primary Caregivers whose entered Date of Birth is after the Date of Enrollment which reflects a negative number.
  • 0-17 age group may have incorrect dates of birth. For example, if the Date of Enrollment was entered in the Date of Birth field, this mother would belong in this category because she is considered 0 years old.
Note: To correct these profiles, drill down into the Invalid Birthdate bar and 0-17 bar to determine which profiles need corrected.

Child’s Age at Enrollment

Figure 4

Figure 4

Details

Form: Primary Caregiver and Child Profile

Questions considered: Date of Enrollment, Family Enrolled Prenatally, Discharge Date, and Child Date of Birth

Who is counted: All Children who have a Primary Caregiver that is active anytime during the date range selected.

Notes

  • Average Age (Fig. 4) only counts children who have been born and are less than 6 years old in the reporting period.
  • The Prenatal (Fig. 4) bar counts cases marked as prenatal if there is no child date of birth or cases where the child’s date of birth falls after the enrollment date.