Reggie Dogan

Reggie Dogan Project Manager

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Building babies’ brains through home visits

Providing professionals who make home visits the tools and skills to assist at-risk parents is another important step in helping young children reach developmental milestones. Read full story

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Pensacola’s Expo: A glimpse of what the future holds

Pensacola’s Expo is another example of Studer Family of Companies’ mission to improve the quality of life for everyone in Northwest Florida. Read full story

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The power of talking to babies

Research shows that talking more with babies is one of the most critical elements in their brain development. Read full story

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LENA Start gets parents talking to their babies

LENA Start is focused on helping parents build good talk habits that will have an impact babies in the program’s 13-week duration by providing parents with a powerful resource to keep talk top of mind. Read full story

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Mentors make a difference

Mentors can become the influential surrogate that allows mentees to think through difficult challenges together, break down barriers and open doors where necessary. Read full story

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WSRE’s inStudio shines light on early childhood education

Pensacola aims to transform “America’s First Settlement” into the “First Early Learning City,” a place in which the entire community builds a culture of lifelong learning. Read full story

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Providing parents tools to develop their babies’ brains

Reaching children in their earliest years can help ensure that they get the healthy and strong start they need to begin school ready to learn and grow. Read full story

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Mentoring moms can make a difference

Mentoring Moms are caring women who understand how hard it is to raise a family and want to make life a bit easier for another mother. Read full story

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Career day gives Weis Elementary kids a glimpse of their future

Career day is no longer just for middle or high school. Exposing children at a young age to the world of work can help broaden their perspective and spur them to more interesting and productive careers. Read full story

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Help SCI win A Community Thrives grant with your vote

The Studer Community Institute pitched an idea in the national contest that is awarding up to $100,000 to help improve the community and to make this a better place to live. Read full story

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Partnerships make communities better, families stronger

A key part of SCI's efforts is building relationships and creating partnerships to be in the best position to offer parents support to help develop the tools and skills to improve their children’s lives. Read full story

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Helping children in their growth and development

Throughout Escambia County are agencies and organizations that offer services to assist young mothers and their children in their growth and development. Read full story