A Message from the Children’s Action Alliance

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Focus Group Recruitment: Families Who’ve Lost KidsCare II Coverage

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Please click here for the Spanish version of this flyer.

Questions? Please email achiasson@unitedwaytucson.org or call 1-866-607-4445

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Showcase Your Organization at this Year’s SFAZ Conference!

In addition to the fantastic workshops, keynotes and networking opportunities; this year’s SFAZ Conference will also host exhibitor tables. These are available for organizations that want to provide conference attendees with information and resources.

If your organization would like to showcase who you are and what resources you have for home visiting professionals at this year’s conference, register for an exhibitor’s table.

And, don’t forget to register for this year’s conference, Home Visitors: Leaving a Legacy. Held September 9 & 10 at the Glendale Renaissance, this year’s conference promises to provide a variety of professional development opportunities. Check out the Home Visitor’s Portal homepage for more information on keynote speakers and workshops. See you there!

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Free Professional Development Opportunity in Pima County

Join us for “Getting Acquainted with Project B.E.S.T!”

When: September 2, 2014
Time: 6:30PM
Location: Child & Family Resources, Inc. (2800 E. Broadway Blvd)

To register for the event please visit: http://www.getcf.org/event/?eid=1111

What is Project BEST?

Project BEST is a professional development program which provides an opportunity for participants to explore the Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) philosophy, curriculum, and recommended practices through 64 hours of Professional Development along with coaching that is specific to the needs of the center staff and/or individual family child care provider. This program is also offered for college credit through Rio Salado Community College.

Project BEST offers two cohorts, specifically designed to meet the needs of staff and directors. The staff cohort will cover the PITC philosophy, and focus on practice and implementation of essential policies. The director cohort will also cover the PITC philosophy, but focus on how to support staff implementation of essential policies.

The “staff cohort” will meet every Wednesday from 6:30pm-9:30pm from September 17th – December 10th and January 21st – April 22nd. *Staff cohort will be required to attend four (4) guest presentations held on Saturday mornings from 9:00 am – 11:00 am. The “director cohort” will meet approximately every three (3) weeks on Saturday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Classes will begin on September 27th and end on May 16th. Classes will be held at Child & Family Resources, Inc for both cohorts.

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Early Intervention 101- Lunch & Learn

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Bowl for Brain Injury 2014!

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Questions? Email Anna Badilla-Edwards at: anna@biaaz.org

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United Way Days of Caring Commercial

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