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Home-Based Early Head Start
This program provides 196 families of infants and toddlers a range of valuable learning experiences, through weekly home visits and group socializations twice monthly.

Home visits provide opportunities for training may include useful skills; sharing playful activities for parent and child; planning activities for the week; or helping with parenting issues. Home visits support a responsive parent-child relationship under the guidance of a trained home visitor.

Twice monthly socializations include Mommy and Me get-togethers hosted by Home Visitors, They give parents and babies the opportunity to meet with other families at the exciting Early Head Start Infant Toddler center. A rich curriculum of infant-toddler music and movement routines, creative art exploration as well as stimulating educational toys, toddler-sized equipment, and activity centers encourage parents and children to share engaging experiences.