12. Family Goals: It’s More About the Process

Reproductive Health, a 45-minute module, provides home visitors with accurate information about male and female anatomy, conception, pregnancy planning and prevention, perinatal health, and sexually transmitted infections. The home visitor will learn strategies for talking with clients and educate them about their reproductive health.

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11.b Family Engagement Part Two: Strategies for Partnering with Parents

The Family Engagement Training series provides information and strategies you can use to engage and support families in home visiting. In Part Two: Strategies for Partnering with Parents, a 45-minute module, you'll learn about effective strategies for engaging families. Through a series of interactive videos, you'll practice choosing the most effective engagement strategy to use in a given situation.

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11.a Family Engagement, Part One: Partnering with Parents

The Family Engagement training series provides information and strategies you can use to engage and support families in home visiting. In Part One: Partnering with Parents, a 45- minute module, you'll learn about building relationships that will help families become and stay engaged in home visiting. You'll also learn how reflection can help you in your daily practice with families.

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20.b Substance Exposed Infants, Part 2: Impact of Perinatal Substance Use on Infants

Substance Use: Risks and Effects in Pregnancy and Early Childhood, a 45-minute module, describes the disease model of addiction and the impact substance use and addiction have on women and their unborn babies, infants and children. Participants will learn about substance use legislation and the home visitor role in identifying possible substance use, making referrals and helping clients overcome barriers to treatment.

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20.a Substance Exposed Infants, Part 1: Supporting Pregnant and Post-Partum Women’s Use of Medication-Assisted Treatment and Psychotropic Medications

Substance Use: Risks and Effects in Pregnancy and Early Childhood, a 45-minute module, describes the disease model of addiction and the impact substance use and addiction have on women and their unborn babies, infants and children. Participants will learn about substance use legislation and the home visitor role in identifying possible substance use, making referrals and helping clients overcome barriers to treatment.

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20.c Substance Exposed Infants, Part 3: Developing and Implementing Plans of Safe Care for Substance Exposed Infants

Substance Use: Risks and Effects in Pregnancy and Early Childhood, a 45-minute module, describes the disease model of addiction and the impact substance use and addiction have on women and their unborn babies, infants and children. Participants will learn about substance use legislation and the home visitor role in identifying possible substance use, making referrals and helping clients overcome barriers to treatment.

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16. Cultural Humility Part 2: Supporting Dual Language Learning Families

Supporting Dual Language Learning Families, a 45-minute module, applies the concept of cultural humility to home visiting work with linguistically diverse families. Participants will learn key practices to support linguistically diverse families, including working with a language interpreter and supporting parents to preserve the preservation of home languages and dialects of the family.

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15. Cultural Humility Part 1: Supporting Immigrant Families, A Culturally Humble Approach

Supporting Immigrant Families: A Culturally Humble Approach, this 45-minute online training describes the concept of cultural humility, a lifelong process of self-reflection and learning from every person, family and situation you encounter, as an alternative to trying to become “culturally competent.”

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21. Why Screen Women for Substance Use, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Health and Perinatal Depression?

Why Screen Women for Substance Use, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Health and Perinatal Depression? a 45-minute module, provides home visitors with statistics about the prevalence of these issues and information about the impact on health and well-being. It demonstrates best practices for screening and techniques for creating a comfortable screening environment.

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19. Substance Use: Risks and Effects in Pregnancy and Early Childhood Development

Substance Use: Risks and Effects in Pregnancy and Early Childhood, a 45-minute module, describes the disease model of addiction and the impact substance use and addiction have on women and their unborn babies, infants and children. Participants will learn about substance use legislation and the home visitor role in identifying possible substance use, making referrals and helping clients overcome barriers to treatment.

By |2019-07-19T14:29:13+00:00April 7th, 2017|Comments Off on 19. Substance Use: Risks and Effects in Pregnancy and Early Childhood Development
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