J Med Assoc Thai 2002; 85 (11):1198

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Family Protective-Risk Index and its Implications
saranurug S Mail

The study aimed to develop an index for differentiating the levels of a family at risk of
affecting child development to be applied as a screening tool for primary care workers to identify
families that need urgent help. The Family Protective-Risk Index (FPRI) was developed from 8 family
factors; i.e. mother's education, father's education, family income sufficiency, type of family, family
relations, stressful life events in the family, child rearing and physical environment at home that were
related to child development in any age group (1-

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