The 2019 Home Visiting Yearbook Is Here!

The National Home Visiting Resource Center (NHVRC) has released its 2019 Home Visiting Yearbook, providing the most thorough look yet at home visiting at the state and national levels. Welcome Baby, Healthy Families America, and Parents as Teachers are profiled in the publication.

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‘Welcome Baby’ Nurse Helps New Mom and Baby With Tongue-Tie

Hooray for Welcome Baby RNs! Here’s a case where a visit from a nurse helped the baby get an important surgical procedure that allowed him to breastfeed.

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A Day in Review: Family Strengthening Network’s Peer-to-Peer Workshop

How to identify and support victims of sex trafficking, how to connect families to vital community services, and how to communicate effectively … Welcome Baby staff members picked up lots of practical training and tools at this event. Watch our 39-second video recap.

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Webinar: Beyond Safe Spaces: Empowering Minds and Breaking Barriers —LGBTQI2-S Terminology and Stigma

Learn how to create a welcoming environment for members of the LGBTQI2-S community.

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Training: Supporting Families With Children Who Have Developmental Delays

Dr. Deborah Chen was the keynote speaker for the Family Strengthening Network’s fall regional conferences. Here are some highlights, including videos, to help home visitors support families whose children have developmental delays.

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Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital, and City of Long Beach, Celebrate Five Years of Welcome Baby

A big congratulations to the Welcome Baby program at Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach for receiving a special proclamation from Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia!

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The 2018 Home Visiting Yearbook Is Here

The National Home Visiting Resource Center (NHVRC) has released its 2018 Home Visiting Yearbook, the most comprehensive picture available of early childhood home visiting across America. We are happy to announce Welcome Baby was among the many home visiting programs included in the Yearbook!

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MCHA’s ‘Welcome Baby’ Parents Talk Back

Maternal and Child Health Access (MCHA), which offers the free Welcome Baby program in partnership with California Hospital in Los Angeles, shared some of the feedback they’ve received from parents.

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Webinar: How Home Visiting Programs Can Support NICU Families

NICU babies need lots of support, but so do their caregivers. “Premature babies give us premature parents,” said Esther Chon, who, along with Sharon Tan, led a webinar on how to help caregivers who have a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit. Watch the webinar here.

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