Fifth National Summit on Quality in Home Visiting Programs

Fifth National Summit on Quality in Home Visiting Program

Home Visiting Summit© The Pew Charitable Trusts

More than 700 policymakers, home visiting practitioners, and researchers came together in May for the Fifth National Summit on Quality in Home Visiting Programs. Summit attendees learned, among many other topics, about state innovations such as agency and community collaboration and home visiting with two parents.

Other sessions included overcoming challenges in workforce development, discussing research on which language is most—and least—effective in encouraging eligible mothers to participate in home visiting, and using data to measure home visiting performance. To learn more about these and other home visiting topics, view the summit presentations online.

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