Heroes at Home: Supporting Military Families
The Heroes at Home Curriculum provides family support professionals with the tools and resources they need to partner with and support the unique parenting goals, challenges, and needs of military families. This curriculum provides a blend of practical strategies and activities to address different stages of military life—relocation, reunification, deployment—with a focus on social-emotional support for parents and children.
Engaged: Building Intentional Partnerships With Families
Engaged: Building Intentional Partnerships With Families is a new Parents as Teachers publication designed to support building a foundation for effective family engagement through the lens of 10 key values. Through unique design features such as reflection questions and anecdotes from the field, you will be encouraged to think more deeply about engagement through the lens of foundational values like trust, compassion, generosity, and more.
Professional Development: Training and Curricula
Parents as Teachers offers a variety of training and curricula designed to promote parent education and early learning.
Evidence-Based Home Visiting Model for Affiliates
The Parents as Teachers Evidence-Based Model is the comprehensive home-visiting, parent education model used by Parents as Teachers Affiliates.
Research and Quality Improvement
More than a dozen outcome studies have been conducted on the effects of the Parents as Teachers model. With each new evaluation, we continue to learn about the children and families served by Parents as Teachers and the long-term impacts on communities.
Parents as Teachers is fulfilling its mission in local communities throughout the United States and in six other countries. There are more than 1000 Parents as Teachers Affiliates utilizing our evidence-based model to affect real change for families. Parents as Teachers also supports and engages parents through subscribing organizations and other specialized programs.
Dedicated to change
At Parents as Teachers, we take a holistic approach to strengthening families. Through our evidence-based early childhood home visiting model, we provide services to pregnant women and families with children from birth through kindergarten.
Prevent child abuse and neglect.
Increase parent knowledge of early childhood development.
Improve parenting practices, increasing children’s school readiness and success.
Provide early detection of developmental delays and health issues.
Help states, territories and tribal entities develop and implement home visiting programs that improve the health and well-being of families with young children.