home visiting coordination initiative (HVCI) SUMMIT
Hilton Garden Inn | Meeting Room Sage II, 2nd Floor | 235 Hoosick Street, Troy
Join us for the Home Visiting Coordination Initiative (HVCI) Summit. We need your voice, ideas, and feedback.
The HVCI is a platform for information, education, and conversation. The intent is to provide cutting-edge information, build cross-program relationships, and offer additional opportunities for cross-systems operations. Ultimately, it aims to help programs increase staff retention and serve more families.
For more information contact: Abbe Kovacik at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-426-7181 ext. 323 or by cell at 518-526-4805.
Pyramid Model is an evidence-based framework proven to be an effective approach to building social and emotional competence in early care and education programs. The pyramid model begins with the foundation of strong leaders who support relationship building, teaching children desired skills and behaviors, and using developmentally appropriate practice to support children’s social-emotional learning.
We have partnered with the Southern Adirondack Child Care Network and the Early Childhood Advisory Council (ECAC) to bring this opportunity to the community.
Congratulations to the following programs who are currently participating in Pyramid Model:
Camilla’s Family Day Care
Kristin Mullen Group Family Child Care
Schenectady Community Action Program: Head Start
Rosa Venerini Early Childhood Center
YWCA NorthEasternNY Early Learning Center Programs
Rome School District: Pre-K programs
Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Early Childhood Development Program
Adirondack Community Action Program: Head Start
Here are two websites to check out if you are interested in learning more about the Pyramid Model.
NYS Early Childhood Advisory Council: http://www.nysecac.org/
National Center of Pyramid Model Innovations: https://challengingbehavior.cbcs.usf.edu/