2016 Progress Report is here!

2016 Progress Report.pdf

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Prenatal Expecting Couple and Baby Shoes

Our Vision is that all children will grow up in nurturing families.

Our Mission is to enhance parenting skills, knowledge, and behavior through a strong, statewide network that promotes and improves parenting education.


Working with Immigrant and Refugee Communities to Support Strong, Healthy Families

Presentation PowerPoint: 2017 MM Presentation PowerPoint.pdf

Resource List: 2017 Member Meeting-Resource List .docx

Case Reference: 2017 Member Meeting-Trump v HI, APSAC amicus, final.pdf

Case Reference: 2017 Member Meeting-9th Cir Op.pdf

Additional Video Resource: "Better Safe Than Sorry" ("Mas Vale Prevenir Que Lamentar"): http://ap-od.org/resources?s=immigration 


Community Technical Assistance Center of New York (CTAC) - Immigration & Trauma: Before, During & After - http://ctacny.org/training/immigration-trauma-during-after  and in Spanish, Inmigración y Trauma: Antes, Durante y Despuéshttp://calendar.ctacny.org/event/?id=398

National Child Traumatic Stress Network - Celebrating World Refugee Day: Understanding Refugee Experiences and Improving Services

Toolkit from Sesame Street Communities:

“Care, Cope, Connect Comforting and Supporting Kids During Community Stress ”  is a  new workshop for from Sesame Street in Communities. This workshop is designed to be used with families in 3 workshops. It includes a 10 page downloadable guide for use with families which includes “more than 20 ways to help kids feel safe and secure and self-care tips for parents and caregivers”.



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New York State Parenting Education Partnership (NYSPEP)

NYSPEP exists to transform lives and improve children’s futures.

NYSPEP assists professionals—and ultimately the parents and primary caregivers of children whom they serve—to obtain the skills, tools and support needed to raise healthy, nurtured children.

NYSPEP achieves this by offering resources, providing professional development, administering a statewide Parenting Educator Credential, and promoting quality parenting education through the use of evidence-based practices and promising programs.

“Educator competence is a highly complex variable . . . but is perhaps the most important variable of all” responsible for “50 to 80 percent of the...Continue Reading