Month: April 2015

  For the past year, a small facilitating workgroup and a large planning committee from federal Health Resources and Services Administration Region X (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington) have come together virtually and by phone to create NEAR@Home, a toolkit for addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in home visiting. The group agrees that the ACEs[…..]

  State agencies, communities and key programs partner to better serve families receiving federal TANF funds   About 175 families receiving federal assistance will now have access to the high-quality home visiting programs that have the power to give their children a better start and change the future for their whole family.   It’s part[…..]

  It is a busy time in the world of early education, with good news for home visiting in Congress, new recommendations for the early learning workforce and success implementing full-day kindergarten in Washington’s Bellingham School District.   Home Visiting Progress   Congress moved closer to renewing the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting[…..]