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Something Old, Something New, and a Sixpence for Her Shoe: Sixpence Comes to Families’ Homes

Established in 2006, the Sixpence Early Learning Fund supports infants and toddlers to ensure that they’re developmentally ready for kindergarten. Sixpence administers three types of grants: Center-based care, family engagement home-based services, and a combination of family engagement and center-based care. Today, Rebecca and Troy Swindell share their Sixpence home visitation takeaways!

Established in 2006, the Sixpence Early Learning Fund supports infants and toddlers to ensure that they’re developmentally ready for kindergarten. Sixpence administers three types of grants: Center-based care, family engagement home-based services, and a combination of family engagement and center-based care. Today, Rebecca and Troy Swindell share their Sixpence home visitation takeaways!

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Shooting for Success: Sixpence and Broken Bow Hit the Bull’s Eye 

Sixpence Early Learning Fund, one of our Early Childhood initiatives, is dedicated to helping our state’s most vulnerable infants and toddlers during their precious early years. Today, a Broken Bow family shared their takeaways from going more than eight years strong with Sixpence home visits!

Sixpence Early Learning Fund, one of our Early Childhood initiatives, is dedicated to helping our state’s most vulnerable infants and toddlers during these precious early years. Today, a Broken Bow family shared their takeaways from going more than eight years strong with Sixpence home visits!

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Good Things Come in 5s: The Kellers Share Their Top Sixpence Home-Based Takeaways

There's POWER in numbers, particularly when children are the ages of birth through 3. Today, we talked to the Kellers to hear all about how Sixpence Home Base and their home visitor have helped the family thrive during these important years and beyond!

There’s POWER in numbers, particularly when children are the ages of birth through 3. Today, we talked to the Kellers to hear all about how Sixpence Home Base and their home visitor have helped the family thrive during these important years and beyond!

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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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Recharge for Resilience: A first-ever conference for home visitors

On October 30, nearly 375 home visitation professionals gathered in Kearney for a full day of education. On this day, they would recharge for resilience, and learn to better care for the families in their charge . . . and for

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Partnership done right: Broken Bow’s Sixpence program

By Mary Kate Gulick The Broken Bow Sixpence program is a partnership between Broken Bow Public Schools (BBPS), Central Nebraska Community Services’ (CNCS) Early Head Start and the Central Plains Center for Services (CPCS). That’s a lot of acronyms. The

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6 critical benefits of home visiting programs

Since the 1970s, home visitation programs across the country have been studied, examined and reported on. A recent review of literature by the Pew Center on the States brings to light the results of high-quality home visitation. Here’s what the

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