PAT and FIU unite to create a truly engaging community experience

In an effort to further engage it’s diverse community, Florida International University (FIU) has partnered with Parents as Teachers, as well as another organization called the Positive Parenting Program in order to provide much-needed support to the Miami-Dade community. Not only does this collaborative effort allow FIU to provide home visits geared towards early education, but with the involvement of PPP as well as PAT, it also teaches new parents about nutrition and physical education for their children. Over the last several years, support has flooded in for this collaborative effort, and more than 95% of participants in the community have successfully completed the 3-year program.


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Engaging with the local community’s youngest members

HIPPY more than triples its impact in Pueblo, CO

Home Instruction for Parents with Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) was introduced to Pueblo, Colorado in 2012. Since then, the program has gained traction rapidly and caught the attention of both parents and educators alike. At its onset, HIPPY had fewer than 20 students graduate out, but with growing support from the community, including those who volunteer as home visitors and assist the parents, the program has successfully graduated 78 students this year.

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