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Pilot Study of Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation in Illinois Finds Benefits
This report describes the results of a 15-month pilot study of the Illinois Model of IECMHC with 4 public health departments in the state of Illinois
Illinois Model of Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Improves Staff Reflective Capacity, Classroom Climate
We conducted a 3-year pilot study of the Illinois Model of IECMHC with 23 early childhood programs, including child care, pre-K, and home visiting.
After Training, Home Visitors Maintain and Improve their Skills
This study examines whether, at 6 and 12 months after training, home visitors have maintained their new skills in engaging families.
Even with Shortened Training, Home Visitors can Improve Skills
Home visiting programs face a number of challenges in engaging and serving families in high-risk communities while also developing and retaining skilled home...
Community Schools Positively Impact Student Outcomes
This report examines the effect of student and family use of out-of-school time, school-based health center, and family supports provided by the Elev8 Baltimore...
Relationship-Based Approach to Early Home Visiting Impacts Staff, Family Perspectives
The Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) approach, developed by Erikson Institute’s Fussy Baby Network®, aims to build parenting capacity and self-efficacy...