Reggie Dogan

Reggie Dogan Project Manager


Expanding parent programs to help build babies’ brains

As we embark on a new year, SCI plans to expand Parent Outreach and LENA Start programs in more places to serve more parents and their children. Read full story


In the spirit of giving, words are good and bikes are, too

It was through the spirit of giving that brought together nearly 30 organizations of Escambia County through the generosity of Onbikes Pensacola. Read full story


Onbikes Pensacola brings joy to kids with brand-new bikes for Christmas

This year hundreds of underprivileged children in Pensacola can share their own happy memories of receiving a bike, thanks to onbikes Pensacola’s generosity this holiday season. Read full story


SCI outreach program rewards parents for going extra mile

The Parent Outreach Program is one of several initiatives created and designed to offer educational and informative lessons and activities to engage and involve parents. Read full story


LENA uses power of words to build babies’ brains

The goal of LENA is to close gaps in cognitive, emotional and social development, and to improve school readiness by building brains in babies. Read full story


SCI parent outreach program helps develop tools and skills for life

The primary purpose of the programs is to provide parents with the skills to help build their babies’ brains and prepare them for kindergarten, school and life. Read full story


Parents earn SCI certificate of excellence in outreach program

Whenever we receive a heartfelt appreciation from others for something we have done, it boosts our spirit, passion and purpose. Read full story

Studer Community Institute

Songs and rhymes improve brain development

Encouraging children to sing along and take parts of songs or rhyme are key to building conversational turns. Read full story

Studer Community Institute

10 tips to promote engagement

Good sustainable solutions to workplace and neighborhood problems require engagement. Read full story

Studer Community Institute

Children do better when parents are involved

It it critically important to continue educating parents to read and talk to their children every day from birth so that they come to school ready to learn. Read full story


LENA Start launches in Pensacola, the first in Florida

Research shows that the more words children hear in the first three years of life builds the brain structure that will be needed later to support reading and thinking skills. Read full story


Building stronger brains one baby, one parent at a time

It’s never too early to start talking and reading to a baby as research shows that parents can have a positive impact on their child’s language and cognitive development in the first year. Read full story