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With and Without HOPE Referrals

With and Without HOPE Referrals

These videos present two different deliveries of a referral to speech therapy- one with the HOPE and one without. Referrals are a wonderful moment to connect the family’s goal for their child to a Building Block of HOPE that can…

With and Without HOPE Developmental Screening

With and Without HOPE Developmental Screening

These videos present two deliveries of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire often used for developmental screening in home visiting and pediatric practices. The Without HOPE video is intentionally dramatized and not informed by HOPE. We know that Home Visitors are…

Podium outside the Shiloh Baptist Church.

Trenton Daily Covers HOPE and FAAITH Press Release

We are excited to have the Trenton Daily share with its readers that HOPE and FAAITH were awarded a grant by Systems for Action, a national Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program. Read the article and learn more about the press…

Doctor meeting with child and mother.

Goal Concordant Care Simulations

The videos below share brief examples of providers eliciting a parent’s goal in the course of a visit and then connecting that goal to a “moment of HOPE.” The first video shares a parent with an infant and the second…

Empty classroom with desks.

IEP Simulation Videos With and Without HOPE

Below are two videos sharing a simulation of an IEP meeting with a parent Dr. Allison Stephens and her son T.J. and the school staff. In the first video the school staff are not utilizing the HOPE framework during the…

Week of HOPE - 2023 HOPE Library

Virtual Week of HOPE Family Library

Below is our 2023 Week of HOPE Family Library. Click the books you want to hear read out loud and share the experience with your children. These books are linked to KidLit TV and their “Read Out Loud” series, go…

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The Four Building Blocks of HOPE

Research has shown that Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) help children grow into healthy, resilient adults. These PCEs can be categorized into 4 Building Blocks. This resource shares what each category is and how to increase access to them.

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The Four Building Blocks of HOPE Handout in Mandarin

Research has shown that Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) help children grow into healthy, resilient adults. These PCEs can be categorized into 4 Building Blocks. This resource shares what each category is and how to increase access to them. This resource…

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