Workforce Development

Enrolling Families and Maintaining Parent Engagement in Home-Visiting Programs

Apr 26, 2016

In this session participants will learn how to prepare staff to support enrollment, identify key components of maintaining family engagement in home visiting services.

Understanding that establishing trust, respect and motivation, along with creativity and persistence, are key elements of engagement, enrollment, participation in home-visiting. Engagement and recruitment of families depends on the recruitment of staff who are open to working with families from diverse backgrounds. In this session participants will learn how to prepare staff to support enrollment, identify key components of maintaining family engagement in home visiting services and engage in discussion on how to address practical barriers such as time constraints, transportation issues, or child care needs associated with program participation.

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