Describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
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This webinar, created for MIECHV programs, considers staff selection and recruitment practices that decrease turnover and increase quality. It discusses how a professional development system can allow for supervisor input and support staff retention.
Describes the model used by IL Children's Mental Health Partnership in providing grants to home visiting programs to fund Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants to work with program supervisors and staff.
Highlights efforts under way in several federally funded Project LAUNCH sites where local programs are testing the effectiveness of including an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant as part of the home visiting services.
Supports states to define the home visiting system, assess the home visiting system’s capacity, prioritize areas for improvement, and provide ongoing assessment.
Describes key components of successful home visiting services.
Discusses emerging research points to the importance of supportive supervision, fidelity monitoring, and organizational climate to support home visitors and maintain support for the evidence-based program.
Describes how the Evidence Based Home Visiting cross-site evaluation is examining fidelity across a range of home visiting models.
Discusses the findings of NASHP's literature review of state policies and practices nationwide to identify mechanisms for supporting home visiting services through Medicaid and findings from an expert panel regarding both currently used and potential additional mechanisms through which Medicaid c...
Presents evidence from research that shows that Home Visiting programs work and ultimately save money for taxpayers.