The online support session facilitator recorded the tasks that parents reported completing with their child each week on a checklist to assess fidelity of parent delivery of the programs and children’s completion of required activities. For example, a parent may be asked if they helped their child to complete the Spot the Suspect activity in the SAS computer game. An affirmative answer reflected both program fidelity and child program adherence.

Challenges to program fidelity (e.g. lack of child engagement, time management) were problem-solved during the weekly parent coaching sessions. In addition, in the post-trial and follow-up questionnaires, parents in both conditions reported how much of the program they completed with their child.

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