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.
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...
Fathers Play Key Role in Improving Birth Outcomes
This brief discusses findings relevant to the topic of parenting, particularly the role of fathers in children's development.
Low-income Mothers Face Barriers to Accessing Family Planning Services
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of the early childhood service system in Palm Beach County, studying whether it functioned as expected and achieved its...
Improving School Readiness through Parenting, Maternal Health, and Early Childhood Intervention
The most important factors for children’s development and school readiness are good birth outcomes, positive parenting practices, and access to high quality...
Family Perspectives on Services in Palm Beach County
To be effective, program policies and practices need to be grounded in the circumstances of the low-income families they are intended to serve. Based largely on...