Profiles of Impact
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.
Parents as Teachers fosters lifelong learning, lifelong bonds
Six women have remained friends since meeting at an informational PAT meeting in 1982. Read more.
Early Education Home Visiting Collaboration Strengthens Oklahoma’s Efforts to Support Families, Young Children
Oklahoma families with young children soon will have increased access to parenting skill-building and child development information that’s best suited for them. This is due to a new collaborative effort by several national home visiting organizations fully funded through a $3,162,355 two-year grant to the Parents as Teachers National Center from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), as part of the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program. Read the news release
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.
- PAT National Center Offices Closed
November 27-28, 2014
St. Louis, MO
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Parents as Teachers Supports Parent Educators in Ferguson
Parents as Teachers National Center (PATNC) recently invited Parent Educators from the Ferguson area to onsite meetings with mental health consultant Dr. Peggy North-Jones (see the 90-minute video of that meeting) and to a discussion with panelists Redditt Hudson, Traci Blackmon and Siera Irby-Smith (see that discussion).
As PATNC President and CEO Scott Hippert points out in this letter, it's important to focus on the children and to help them avoid the stressful situations that can negatively affect the ability to learn and interact with others.
Also see: PATNC has developed resources for parents and parent educators to use during times of trauma.