Home Visiting: Past, Present, And Future - 10 Jul Digital Journal Issue
The articles in this issue of Zero to Three provide a rich and thoughtful examination of the growth of the field of home visiting and the potential for the years to come.
The contributors to this issue of Zero to Three describe how the landscape for home visiting has changed over the last decade, with greater collaboration among national home visiting models and more rigorous evaluation leading to a better understanding of the key factors that can make programs successful. Learning how the characteristics of home visits—such as the dosage (frequency and duration), the content, and the quality of the relationships between home visitors and families—have an impact on program outcomes is helping researchers and practitioners look more deeply into the complexity of home visitation services. The articles in this issue of Zero to Three provide a rich and thoughtful examination of the growth of the field of home visiting and the potential for the years to come.
Format: Journal, Vol. 30, Issue No. 6 Pages: 70
The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Program provides federal funds for states and Tribal entities to support voluntary, evidence-based home visiting services during preg…