Pew’s home visiting campaign webinar: How State Legislation Advances Home Visiting

Join PEW for a webinar on September 10th

Space is limited. Reserve your webinar seat now.

Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Advancing and implementing state legislation can elevate home visiting programs as proven strategies for achieving positive family and child outcomes such as improvements in maternal and infant health, and school readiness. Well thought out legislation provides a clear roadmap for building a data-driven  home visiting system that tracks and measures progress, allowing administrators and policymakers to make program adjustments as necessary. Finally, legislation can lay the groundwork for future funding by building a solid system for investment. This webinar will present perspectives from state policymakers, agency staff and advocates about how legislation will improve home visiting in their states, as well as lessons learned from successful advocacy efforts during the 2013 legislative session.

Ingrid Stegemoeller
Associate, The Pew Charitable Trusts

State Senator Danté Bartolomeo (D-CT)
Co-Chair of the Children’s Committee

Elaine Zimmerman
Executive Director, Connecticut Commission on Children

Cindy Heine
Associate Executive Director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence

Dustin Miller
Partner, Government Strategies, LLC

Jesse Leinfelder
Manager, Federal Home Visiting Program

About FSA

Home visitation & parent education programs providing a continuum of quality, research-based, & curriculum driven services to support families & children prenatally through age 5.
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