- Iowa Basic Report Tutorial
- Iowa DAISEY Navigation Tutorial
- Iowa DAISEY Website Tutorial
- Video Tutorial 1: DAISEY Navigation
- Video Tutorial 2: Caregiver Profiles
- Video Tutorial 3: Child Profiles
- Video Tutorial 4: Family Activities
- Video Tutorial 5: Importing Profiles
- Video Tutorial 6: Importing Activities Data
- Video Tutorial 7: Exporting Data
TECHNICAL ASSISTANT BRIEFS
DAISEY REPORT VIDEOS
HOW TO USE DAISEY REPORTS
- What are Reports?
- Accessing Reports in DAISEY
- Header and Tabs
- Using Filters
- Blank displays
- Downloading Reports
- FSSD Accessing Underlying Client Level Data
- Exporting Data and Correcting Data Errors
- MIECHV Accessing Underlying Client Level Data
MIECHV MIA Report Guide
- Primary Caregiver Profile and Child Profile
- Primary Caregiver – Quarterly Report
- Primary Caregiver – Enrollment & Annual Report
- Target Child – Enrollment & Annual Report
- Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD) Assessment
- Relationship Assessment – DOVE
MIECHV ASQ Report Guide
MIECHV Form Demographics & Service Report Guide
MIECHV Form Benchmark Report Guide
FSSD ASQ Report Guide
FSSD Quarterly/Mid-year/Annual Report Guide
FSSD Data MIA Report Guide
IOWA FSSD CHAIN OF COMMAND
FSP > Supervisor/Administrator > PJ West > Julie Tchoumkeu > Janet Horras
IOWA MIECHV CHAIN OF COMMAND
FSP > Supervisor/Administrator > Julie Tchoumkeu > Janet Horras
- MIECHV & FSSD dual funding: For state-funded programs (ECI, Shared Visions, HOPES-HFI) that also receive MIECHV funding: programs must keep these funding streams separate and enter families into the module through which they are funded (MIECHV or FSSD).
- New primary caregiver: When the primary caregiver of a family changes, the former primary caregiver should be given a discharge date, and a new primary caregiver profile should be created with an enrollment date equaling the date of the change primary caregiver. The new primary caregiver should then be associated with the existing children. The new primary caregiver will require all enrollment assessments and reports (i.e. LSP, AOD, DOVE, EPDS, Enrollment Report).
- Re-enrollment: If a family exits then re-enrolls, they should be re-enrolled as a new family since otherwise it would appear as though they were being served during their break in services. Since the program will now have two records of the same family, the current one should be marked "active" in the profile status and the past profile should be marked "inactive" so that the FSP can identify the new profile when searching.
- Program Transfers: If a family moves to a new county and is enrolled in a new program, they should be discharged from their current program and entered as a new family into the new program (as their DAISEY data is meant to reflect their changes while in the program). Additionally, if a record "transferred," the first program would lose that family's data. With signed client consent, programs may share assessments for transferred participants via printing and sending hard copies.
- If a family moves to a new county but is still enrolled in the same program, nothing should change (since profile information is a snapshot of the family at enrollment).
- Data Access: Statewide access: KU Iowa's DAISEY team (on an as-needed basis), IDPH state staff (Julie Tchoumkeu, Janet Horras, and Anne P.) The following individuals will have either read-only access or report-only access to their programs (decision pending):
- ECI-funded programs: Shanell Wagler, Jeff Anderson
- Shared Visions-funded programs: Amy Stegeman, Amanda Winslow
- HOPES-funded programs: PJ West
- Access within an organization: whoever the organization/program sets up. Individual DAISEY users can now be tied to a program, so security will be tighter for organizations with more than one program in DAISEY.
- Blended Family Structure in DAISEY: When parents are divorced/separated and both parents are involved in home visiting services, treat this as one family in DAISEY. To do this, choose one parent as the primary caregiver to enter into DAISEY; the other parent can optionally be entered under a caregiver profile and marked as the secondary caregiver. If other children are involved in home visiting who are not tied to both parents, these families can be split into two families. An example of this would be if the father and mother have a child, separate, and the father has a child with another women. If both children and all three parents are involved in your program’s home visiting services, these families should be recorded as two families (with each child entered only once even if they are seen with both families).