Profiles of Impact
Joplin Parents as Teachers Weathers the Storm
Following a deadly tornado in 2011, a spirit of community and resilience has given birth to a new Joplin, including an innovative new approach for Parents as Teachers. Read more.
All in the Family
Mary Harvey wants her daughters to have the same great Parents as Teachers experience that she had as a child. Read more.
- How One Child Can Change the Future of a Family
For parents with learning disabilities, the reassurance of a parent educator can prove to be invaluable. Read more.
Local tribal agency works to build parenting skills
Washington is one of the states using money from the Affordable Care Act in creative ways to help boost the parenting skills in low-income communities by expanding home visiting programs, according to a new report by two national organizations that support the practice. Read the story
It’s About Education: Funding for Home Visiting Parent Education Programs in Danger
Over the next forty-five days, Congress will decide the fate of an innovative, research-backed program that most of us have never even heard of: the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program. Read the Story
HHS awards $386 million to support families through the home visiting program
Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell today announced $386 million in grant awards to states, territories, and nonprofit organizations to support the MIECHV Program. More information
U. S. Senate Law Enforcement Caucus and Congressional Reception Highlights Evidence-Based Home Visiting
Parents as Teachers participated in two important discussions recently on Capitol Hill. Read the story
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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