Wednesday, November 17, 2021
The bond between a parent educator and a caregiver is special. Ethel Gallaher first met Porter-Leath Parent Educator, Angela Lee, when she visited the house to meet with Mrs. Gallaher’s daughter, Sharonda Carruthers and two grandsons, D’Kylynn and DeLynn.
Sharonda enrolled her family into Porter-Leath Cornerstone in 2019 to help her two little boys prepare for Kindergarten. Cornerstone pairs caregivers with parent educators who use an evidence-based curriculum...
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As the Early Success Coalition works to build the capacity of the early childhood workforce, a key priority is advancing the understanding of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health through professional development for healthcare providers, early childhood educators, childcare providers and home visitors.
Infants and very young children are all too often left out of conversations around mental health, but early experiences and environments can affect emotional well-being across a...
Thursday, March 4, 2021
Service supports young families with evidence-based Parents as Teachers (PAT) curriculum
Porter-Leath is excited to announce that its Cornerstone program is now available to families in Fayette County. Using the evidence-based Parents as Teachers (PAT) curriculum, Cornerstone is an early childhood visitation program that works directly with prenatal mothers, as well as families with children from birth to age 5. Certified Parent Educators meet with caregivers and families twice a month to...
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The hallmark of Porter-Leath’s Cornerstone program is the connection that parents and families have with their parent educator. Each parent educator has a caseload of 20 families who receive personalized check-in meetings. Families also enroll knowing that they can contact their parent educator at any time with a question or need that may arise between meetings.
Porter-Leath parent educators transformed their services during the pandemic, while keeping an eye on their goal of...
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Pictured above: Jeanette Betancourt, Senior Vice President of U.S. Social Impact at Sesame Workshop with Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris
Sesame Street in Communities announces partnership
with ACE Awareness Foundation and Porter-Leath to provide resources and services to families and children
Memphis, Tennessee - Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization behind Sesame Street , has announced that Memphis, Tennessee is the next community selected...
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