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Early Childhood Development is a Home Run: Cassie and Taylor Boyle Share their Sixpence Home-Based Experience

We recently spoke with Cassie and Taylor Boyle of Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Cassie and Taylor are the parents of four children. Cassie explained some of the key benefits, resources, and takeaways she and her family has experienced from participating in the Sixpence Home-Based program.

We recently spoke with Cassie and Taylor Boyle of Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Cassie and Taylor are the parents of four children. Cassie explained some of the key benefits, resources, and takeaways she and her family have experienced from participating in the Sixpence Home-Based program.

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How does Nebraska stack up on Adverse Childhood Experiences?

A few weeks ago, we talked about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) from a national perspective. After looking at the national numbers, we started wondering how we, as a state, measured up. Did Nebraska’s kids experience more ACEs? Or did we

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Sixpence Spotlight: Crete’s Stephanni Renn

As a home visitor for the Crete Young Parents program, Stephanni Renn has been able to make a major difference in her community, one family at a time. Now, she’ll take over the coordination of the Sixpence-funded program. So while

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