Profiles of Impact
Parents as Teachers fosters lifelong learning, lifelong bonds
Six women have remained friends since meeting at an informational PAT meeting in 1982. Read more.
Partnering with Parents to Preserve Services
In the Blue Valley School District in Overland Park, Kan., the tables have been turned on Parents as Teachers. Read more.
- "She had a zeal for this program."
The four sisters of former parent educator, Cecilia Thiele, remember Cecilia on her birthday with an annual memorial contribution to the Parents as Teachers national office. Read more.
Home Visiting: Setting Our Children Up for Lifelong Success
Nearly half of our country's children live in low-income families, and studies have shown that poverty can have a devastating effect on a child's brain development. Early intervention can help to remediate the vicious impact of poverty and help children reach their full potential in school and in life. Read Home Visiting: Setting Our Children Up for Lifelong Success, a Huffington Post blog by Diana Mendley Rauner, president of Ounce of Prevention Fund, and co-authored by Scott Hippert, president and CEO of Parents as Teachers.
EHS/Child Care Partnership Grants Application Now Open; Toolkit Available
The Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for the Early Head Start—Childcare Partnerships grant opened June 6 and may be accessed here. These grants can be used to create collaborations between PAT programs and local child care providers. The deadline to apply is August 20. A toolkit is available to help organizations that want to apply for new Early Head Start/Child Care Partnership grants. Find out more about partnership grants.
- Parents as Teachers Conference 2014
October 8 - 10, 2014
St. Louis, MO
Reliable resources on ASDs for early childhood professionals and families
Strategic Plan - 2012-2015
A path to quality growth and sustainability.
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Federal Home Visiting Programs
Parents as Teachers is an approved home visiting model meeting the evidence-based criteria of the Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visiting program (MIECHV) and considered a promising approach for the Tribal Home Visiting Grantees. Recorded webinars highlighting the resources Parents as Teachers has to support the development of home visiting plans are temporarily under construction. Please check back later.
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