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Providing individuals, families, caregivers and professionals with skills and opportunities for becoming effective leaders and advocates in their communities This Resource area has a variety of information and features: - Connection to a web-based, statewide SWIft® resource directory - Connect with someone who can help meet a need - Register to help others - Access articles, guides and toolkits, websites and hotlines about a number of different topics PVIP goals are to increase the amount of letters recognized, sounds manipulated, and words used in print rich environments that reflect the traditions, experiences and culture of the children. This is accomplished by implementing a thoughtful multi-strategy approach founded on science-based reading research and driven by ongoing assessment and progress monitoring. Area of professional relationships: (1) With children, (2)With families, (3) Among colleagues, (4) With the community and society, The goal of early literacy seeks to serve the child directly with good ideals and the prictice of curriculum enriched by play (Houghton-Mifflin PreK: Where Bright Futures Begin) is the priniple that is being used to deliver this. The program has created partnershiups with Arizona State University, Gallup-McKinley School District, Navajo Department of Diné Education “Say-Tell-Do-Speak” is a vocabulary intervention program for young children with vocabulary delays. The Say-Tell-Do-Play interactive site does this through modules that include evaluation, instruction, practice, reading, substantial conversations, play, activities and assessments. The authors include Karen Burstein, Ph.D.; Kathleen Roskos, Ph.D.; James Christie, Ph.D. and is funded by U.S. Department of Education Early Reading First Grant. Area of professional relationships: (1) With children, (2)With families, (3) Among colleagues, (4) With the community and society, Or professionals can register their services This service strengthens the community by creating a way for those in need to find thise who can help SWIft® Resource of Arixona CONNECT2HELP CIRCLE The USDHH supports policies and laws that promote the well-being of children and families, and to work to change those that impair their well-being. While embracing Navajo language and culture. Pump up the Volume in Preschool (PVIP) will serve 280 3-4 year old primarily Navajo children at four regions in northwest New Mexico. The program seeks to activly engage the Family. web-based method of connecting people in need with those who can meet the need. Fmailies can register their need The Department of Health and Human Services is the principal agency for protecting the health of all Americans. It is comprised of the Office of the Secretary (18 Staff Divisions) and 11 Operating Divisions. Area of professional relationships: (1) With children, (2)With families, (3) Among colleagues,
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Name: S.P.E.A.K. Supporting People in Empowerment, Advocacy, and Knowledge Services Provided Email [email protected] Street: 5111 N. Scottsdale Road Suite 151 City: Scottsdale Zip: 85250 State: AZ Phone: 480-222-8800 Website: Star Rating : Evaluative statement about serves children and families within the context of their community and culture.
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