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New Research Strengthens Home Visiting Field

Download Files Feb 17, 2013

Learn how the next generation of research is deepening understanding of the home visiting program elements that are essential for success, ways to improve existing models, and factors to consider when tailoring home visiting programs to local contexts and target populations.

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This article summarizes the key points from the articles featured in Zero to Three Journal issue focused on the home visiting field’s evidence-based practices. Taken together, the five articles provide fresh evidence supporting the impact of home visiting programs on positive outcomes for children, families, and their communities.

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