PEW Home Visitation References by wuyunyi


									The Pew Home Visiting Campaign Keynote for the 18th Annual Early Childhood Congress:
Strong Beginnings, Lasting Results: High Quality Early Childhood Begins with Family Support


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    Lowell, D. I., Carter, A. S., Godoy, L., Paulicin, B., & Briggs-Gowan, M. J. (2011). A randomized
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Home Visitation on Maternal Life Course and Child Abuse and Neglect: 15-Year Follow-up of a
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Olds, David L., Harriet Kitzman, Carole Hanks, Robert Cole, Elizabeth Anson, Kimberly Sidora-Arcoleo,
Dennis W. Luckey, Charles R. Henderson Jr, John Holmberg, Robin A. Tutt, Amanda J. Stevenson and
Jessica Bondy. (2007). Effects of Nurse Home Visiting on Maternal and Child Functioning: Age-9
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Zero to Three (2011) – Infant and Toddler State Fact Sheets: Iowa –;

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