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Health Educators help women to have a healthy pregnancy and healthy birth and focus on parent-child interactions, developmental-centered parenting, and family well-being.
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Trained Health Educators guide families through their pregnancy and the first two years of a child’s life using the evidence-based home visitation model Partners for a Healthy Baby. Your Family Support partner works with parents in supporting their child’s development by providing insight, information, and resources, as well as developmental screenings.
Services are provided to the client in their home for client convenience and to stimulate a positive parent-child relationship in their own environment.
Pregnant women are connected to prenatal care providers and receive ongoing education about fetal development and healthy behaviors that can impact birth outcomes. Clients are referred to various community resources as needed and provided with assistance to access those services.
Trained Health Educators guide women through their pregnancy and the first two years of a child's life using a proven home visitation model, bringing program services to the client as needed, including: