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Who’s on your team?

March 25th, 2009 Posted in Home Visiting Strategies, Partnering with Families, Teaming

Many children and families receive home visits from a variety of agencies/staff (i.e. public education, public health, early head start, regional center, vendor programs). What strategies do you use to connect with the other home visitors? What has worked for you? How do you help parents/family members to understand information from different agencies?

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