Title

Leveraging the Potential of Home Visiting Programs to Support Children of Immigrants and Dual-Language Learners: Identifying and Addressing Gaps in Participation

Date

2019

Author(s)

Maki Park, Pamela Williams, and Aimee Hilado

Type of Product

Presentation

Model(s)

  • Other Models

Description

Purpose: Provide an overview of the potential and promise of home visiting programs to serve the unique challenges faced by the immigrant and refugee population.
Example Topics Addressed:
Characteristics of immigrant families and dual language learners (DLL)
Barriers to participation and opportunities for success
Parent Child Home Program's (PCHP) work with immigrant and refugee families
Findings from the Baby Talk RefugeeOne Study
Implications for practice and research focusing on immigrants and refugees

Data Collection Methods

  • Record and document reviews
  • Standardized assessment tools

Status

Finished

For More Information

Park, M., Williams, P., & Hilado, A. (2019, January). Leveraging the potential of home visiting programs to support children of immigrants and dual-language learners: Identifying and addressing gaps in participation. Paper presentation at the Eighth National Summit on Quality in Home Visiting Programs. Washington, DC.
Link to Presentation

Topics

  • Participant, Family, and Program Outcomes
  • Program Enhancements, Innovations, and Promising Approaches