The Parent-Child Home Program requires that all site coordinators complete 3 days of an Initial Training Institute before implementing the program. This Training Institute is offered by training staff from the National Center, or designated regional representatives, and is scheduled according to demand. Only site coordinators and other staff employed by an agency or school that has signed a Replication Agreement with the PCHP National Center may attend. The next scheduled Training Institutes will take place on:
- January 29-31, 2019 at the PCHP National Center in Mineola, New York
Staff trainings are open to new PCHP Coordinators at both new PCHP sites and existing sites. Registration required. Please contact Michele Morrison at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and registration form.
All new Site Coordinators are also required to complete their certification by attending a Follow-Up Training within a year of program implementation. The Follow-Up Training is offered in conjunction with the PCHP Annual Conference.
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA July 2018 – The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), a leading school readiness organization focused on eliminating the achievement gap by ensuring that all parents have the knowledge, skills, and materials they need to build their children’s school readiness, is thrilled to announce a year one celebration for its families and supporters.
The celebration will take place on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 from 1:00 – 4:00 PM. It will be held at The Please Touch Museum, located at 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia, PA 19131. Forty families will be acknowledged and celebrated at this event, which will be the first of many graduations in the lives of these young children.
In partnership with Drexel University and the West Philadelphia Promise Neighborhood, this PCHP cohort began in the second year of the Program in Philadelphia and is happy to celebrate a successful first year in this part of the city. PCHP is grateful for the generous support of Vanguard’s Strong for Kids and the William Penn Foundation in helping expand the Program’s reach to low-income families in West Philadelphia.
At the event, the PCHP children who have recently completed the first year of the Program in South/Southwest Philadelphia will also be celebrated. This cohort consists of 45 Latino and African immigrant families.
The PCHP National Center is proud of the wonderful work that is being done in West Philadelphia, and congratulates all of the families being celebrated.
Michelle Ioannou, PCHP Social Media & Events Manager
Phone: 516.883.7481 Email: email@example.com
About Parent-Child Home Program
The Parent-Child Home Program’s (PCHP) international network of program sites provides under-resourced families with the necessary tools to ensure their children achieve their greatest potential in school and in life. Since 1965, PCHP has been assisting underserved communities in replicating and expanding this proven school readiness program that builds early parent-child verbal interaction and learning at home. Through twice-weekly visits by highly trained community-based early learning specialists, PCHP provides families the skills, materials (books and educational toys), and support to help parents engage and teach their children. Over 50 years of research shows that the Program effectively increases school readiness, decreases the need for special education services before grade three by 50%, and increases participants’ high school graduation rates by over 30% to the same level as their middle-income peers. For more information please go to www.parent-child.org.