Home visitors developed a Community Resource Manual during training to familiarize themselves with resources in the community. Home visitors used the resulting manual when working with families. Program materials are no longer available.
Implementing Pride in Parenting (PIP)
Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.
Implementation last updated: 2013
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Materials and forms to support implementation
The PIP Home Visiting Curriculum included a specific format and content for each visit. The curriculum covered child care, health, and parenting topics appropriate to the infant’s age and development at the time of the visit, drawing on topics from existing intervention programs. PIP also had lesson plans for each developmental play group and parent support group session.
The information contained on this page was last updated in April 2013. Recommended Further Reading lists the sources for this information