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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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