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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

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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

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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

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Parent program only half as good without fathers

Fathers are just as important to healthy child development as mothers, too often the father is missing in the family picture, leaving it up to the single mother to raise and nurture the child. Read full story

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Parent outreach program offers valuable lessons

Studer Community Institute is using and building on the important principles of the Thirty Million Words Initiative in its parent outreach programs in Pensacola. Read full story

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Providing tools to build babies’ brains

Studer Community Institute is among agencies and organizations throughout Escambia County that offer services to assist young mothers and their children in their growth and development. Read full story

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Parent involvement crucial to child’s success

A critical part of our mission to improve the quality of life everyone in Northwest Florida is getting more children ready for kindergarten. To help the children means helping their parents. Read full story

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Words are food for a baby’s brain

The relationships with the important people in a baby’s life can literally shape and develop the intricate structure of an infant’s brain. Read full story

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Building babies’ brains through words

The more words a baby hears in the first three years of life, the better prepared for school and for life she will be. That’s good for the parent, the baby and the community at large. Read full story