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Promoting positive parent-child relationships through Early Head Start home visits

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In this brief, we explore how the home-based program option in Early Head Start is supporting positive relationships between parents and children. Using a nationally representative sample of families who receive Early Head Start home-based services, we examine whether programs are promoting more positive parent-child relationships when they focus their goals, professional development, and the content of their home visits on those relationships. (author abstract)

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United States

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