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Four building blocks of HOPE: Relationships, Environment, Engagement, Emotional Growth

Transforming Practice with HOPE

This paper describes the growing evidence that supports the health effects of positive childhood experiences, and uses these insights to promote HOPE: a paradigm shift that will incorporate the identification, celebration, and support of PCEs as an integral part of…

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HOPE-informed Checklist for Decision Making

This simple checklist will walk you through assessing if the decision you are making, policy you are creating, or tool you are considering is HOPE-informed. As you consider moving forward, ask yourself if your decision, policy, or tool accomplishes the…

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Home Visiting Intake

These videos present two intake sessions, one that is intentionally dramatized and not informed by HOPE (we know that all of our home visiting friends are incredibly empathetic) and another that utilizes the HOPE framework. HOPE Research Assistant Loren McCullough…

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Spreading HOPE

Spreading HOPE describes HOPE’s reason for being, the issues that drive our work, and how we’re solving them via strategies for practice transformation. Development of Spreading HOPE was led by Health+ Studio (a California-based social impact strategy design studio). They…

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Creating Positive Experiences for Teens

Dr. Robert Sege, Director of the HOPE National Resource Center, wrote a series of parent brochures for the American Academy of Pediatrics’ healthychildren.org. Each brochure offers advice on creating positive experiences for children during this time of Covid-19, with different brochures…

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Postpartum depression screen: HOPE-informed Encounter

Dr. Baraka Floyd, HOPE collaborator, co-presenter, and Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine created a similar series of videos. Dr. Floyd demonstrates encounters with a mock patient, to discuss a Post-Partum Depression screen, with and without a HOPE-informed…

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Creating Positive Experiences for School-Age Children

Dr. Robert Sege, Director of the HOPE National Resource Center, wrote a series of parent brochures for the American Academy of Pediatrics’ healthychildren.org. Each brochure offers advice on creating positive experiences for children during this time of Covid-19, with different brochures…

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Creating Positive Experiences For your Infant

Dr. Robert Sege, Director of the HOPE National Resource Center, wrote a series of parent brochures for the American Academy of Pediatrics’ healthychildren.org. Each brochure offers advice on creating positive experiences for children during this time of Covid-19, with different brochures…

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