Explore how home visitors work with families to provide experiences that support their child's development and learning, engage in back and forth supportive interactions, and use the home as a learning environment.
Learn about the key role socializations play in home-based programs. Explore practices, activities, and strategies for offering engaging and effective socializations.
Learn how home visitors can effectively engage with families and support parents in their role as their child's first teacher. Explore the benefits for families enrolled in the home-based option.
Hear how home visitors can use reflective practice to effectively support families' goals for their children. Explore resources that support reflective practices.
Learn about effective home visiting practices to help nurture parent-child relationships and positive interactions. Find out how to partner with families to create a rich learning environment in the home.
Discover the importance of establishing effective relationships with families. Learn how these bonds can support family well-being and parents' ability to support their children's healthy development.
Learn why it’s important to teach positive parenting in home-based programs. Find out how to help parents manage their reactions to their child’s behavior while promoting healthy child development.
Exploring the Relationship-Based Competencies for Early Childhood Professionals Who Make Home Visits
Explore ways home visitors can use the relationship-based competencies (RBCs) to effectively engage families in positive, goal-oriented relationships. Find out how to use the RBCs for professional development.
Learn how to explore difficult topics with and engage families that are reluctant to participate in activities. Also, find out how to respond to crisis situations that may occur during home visits.
Watch this presentation that explores ways to engage families in the home-based program model, building strong relationships between the home visitor and the family. The video benefits home visitors and anyone who supports home visiting programs.