Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tucson Accepting Applications for Home Repair Funds via Lottery Based System

CITY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR HOME REPAIR FUNDS USING LOTTERY-BASED SYSTEM Homeowners within the city limits needing roof repairs, heating and cooling system replacements, and structural, utility or certain other repairs may apply for a grant and/or deferred loan ranging from … Continue reading

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New Parenting Class for Fathers

Casa de los Niños is pleased  to announce a new parenting class for fathers! The Dad Difference Dates: Tues & Wed August 21st  and 22nd , 2012 (attendance at both nights required) Time: 6-8 PM Place: Casa de los Niños/1101 … Continue reading

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Baby Tastes Class flyer

PDF Flyer: Baby Tastes CLass FLier

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Support Moms to Support Children

In a recent study, Child Trends found that children have improved outcomes when mothers (of all economic levels) receive emotional support. Examining data from a 2007 national telephone survey, Child Trends learned that moms reported more favorable outcomes for their … Continue reading

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FAQ Explains Different Roles of Models and Curricula in Home Visiting

While an evidence-based home visiting model outlines a service-delivery strategy, a research-based curriculum offers home visitors information about how best to support vulnerable new and expectant families. This distinction is described more fully in a new Frequently Asked Questions sheet … Continue reading

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Find out how your legislators voted for kids…

  The Arizona Legislature adjourned two weeks ago and CAA has compiled our analysis of Who’s for Kids and Who’s Just Kidding.  We’re pleased to share with your our legislative report card so you can how your legislators voted regarding issues … Continue reading

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A Reflection on Home Visiting Programs

In “Service is Everything: How Home Visiting Service Delivery Impacts Family Outcomes,” Anne Duggan, ScD, reflects on what researchers have learned from nearly 20 years of evaluative research. Duggan, a professor of pediatrics and health policy and management at Johns … Continue reading

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