Partners in Family Child Care 2008-2011 summary report
Partners in Family Child Care is an intensive, 10-month home visiting program designed to increase the quality of group family child care in Rochester, in order to improve the early literacy and social-emotional outcomes of children birth to five. Providers receive individualized professional development services to support them in meeting their goals for making improvements in their child care practices. Children are screened for unmet needs and families are linked with resources. Monthly group meetings provide training and allow family child care providers to share strategies as a community of learners to support improvements in child care quality. This report summarizes results of the program for the past three years of implementation (2008-2011). (author abstract)
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Stage of Change Scale for Early Education and Care 2.0