Issues facing children and families

Over the years, we’ve developed a passion for children’s issues. We conduct market research about children and families to help plan funding, assist in the development of programs, and measure results to improve the lives of children and families.

SRA has partnered with organizations which develop, fund, and oversee programs for children and families. This experience has provided us with a thorough understanding of the issues service providers face and allows us to use this knowledge to assist these organizations to better serve children and families.

In today’s world, virtually all of our market research about children and families includes African-American and Hispanic participants, as well as Caucasians. In some markets, we also include a Haitian component and conduct research in Creole due to the expanding Haitian population.

SRA has conducted a variety of projects which have contributed to improving positive outcomes for children and families. Some of our market research about children and families includes:

  • Identifying the types of programs and services needed
  • Providing insights to design programs and policy
  • Bringing agencies closer to the people they serve
  • Evaluating communication tools
  • Helping understand program efficacy
  • Testing names

Our clients use our market research about children and families to create and fine-tune programs to make the best use of their funding. With the broad scope of issues facing children and families, SRA has conducted research among many audiences, each of which brings a unique perspective to this work, including:

  • Mothers/fathers
  • Single moms
  • Teen mothers/teen fathers
  • Grandparents raising children
  • Physicians
  • Teachers
  • Case workers/care coordinators
  • Mentors
  • Community leaders
  • Child care center directors/owners/teachers
  • Domestic violence survivors

SRA has helped service providers, funders, and government agencies address some of the most critical issues facing children and families today. Some of our experience conducting market research about children and families includes:

  • Prenatal care
  • Child care
  • Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
  • School readiness
  • Immunizations
  • Kid Care/health insurance
  • Parenting
  • Children with special needs
  • Mentoring
  • Black infant mortality
  • Training and professional development
  • Domestic violence

 

SRA’s primary market research about children and families delivers strategic insights and actionable recommendations to support and address community needs. Our research has helped clients:

  • Create action plans to support better pre– and inter-conception health to positively impact birth outcomes
  • Develop detailed plans for professionalism of training and assessment tools
  • Determine fathers provide an untapped potential to improve good pre-natal and newborn care
  • Re-design Student ID communication pieces and data forms
  • Trend usage rates of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs among middle and high school students
  • Improve programs offered at community centers
  • Increase recruiting of a more diverse volunteer base
  • Improve communication with prospective mentors and attract them through marketing efforts
  • Determine parental acceptance of influenza immunization
  • Identify best way to market to parents so they understand the resources that exist and how to tap into them
  • Determine what parents of children with special needs require to support them


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