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Extractions: Don't forget the United Way! Family and Community Service is a member agency of the United Ways of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southeast Delaware County. Your contributions help us to continue the work you read about on this web site. For information about designating your gift to our Agency, click on this link: How to Donate Gala Holiday Auction On Fri., Nov. 22, 2002 at 6:30 PM , join us for our annual Gala Holiday Auction at the Springfield Country Club in Delaware County to benefit the Second Time Around Parents Program. Debbi Calton of WMGK radio will be our host and Steve Highsmith of WB17 will be our celebrity auctioneer. Click on the link for more information about this exciting event.
Archived: Family Literacy: Directions In Research And Implications For Practice This is an archived summary of a symposium in which researchers, practitioners, and policymakers gathered to assist ED in developing its research agenda in family literacy. family literacy programs. David Boesel, Acting Director of PLLI, noted that traditional adult basic education and general of Adult Education for delaware, along with Judy Alamprese http://www.ed.gov/pubs/FamLit/sum.html
Extractions: A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n Family Literacy: Directions in Research and Implications for Practice January 1996 On September 7 and 8, 1995, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers gathered to assist the U.S. Department of Education in developing its research agenda in family literacy. The Research Design Symposium on Family Literacy Two themes stressed in opening remarks by the acting directors of PLLI and ECI set the tone for the meeting. Naomi Karp, Acting Director of ECI, called upon participants to begin a dialogue for producing a research agenda rooted in the assumption that all children and families have strengths. It is the responsibility of family literacy programs, she added, to help families identify and build on their strengths, and research should be conducted with and for , not on , families. Participants also were asked to identify the characteristics and qualities associated with successful programs, and to use this knowledge in generating successful family literacy programs. David Boesel, Acting Director of PLLI, noted that traditional adult basic education and General Educational Development (GED) programs have had difficulty attracting participation, while English as a second language classes are often oversubscribed. What is the difference between these programs, he asked, and how can family literacy programs be modeled after programs that are considered successful? In addition, how can the effectiveness of family literacy programs be documented? These are important questions for both researchers and practitioners to address.
State System Profile general Information. Other Contributing Agencies, Title IVA and IV-E programs referclients via a common interface; the delaware family Court processes http://www.acf.hhs.gov/nhsitrc/Aurl.jsp?pageID=showprofile2&App=1157
Extractions: Residency programs listed are sorted by city and state. Anniston Family Practice Residency Program Anniston AL Carraway Family Medicine Residency Program Birmingham AL Medical Center East Family Practice Residency Birmingham AL University of Alabama Medical Center-Huntsville Program Huntsville AL University of South Alabama Family Practice Mobile AL Montgomery Family Medicine Residency Program Montgomery AL UAB/Selma Family Medicine Residency Program-Dallas County Selma AL Tuscaloosa Family Practice Residency Tuscaloosa AL Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Phoenix AZ Phoenix AZ Phoenix Baptist Hospital Family Practice Residency Phoenix AZ Scottsdale Healthcare-Osborn Family Practice Program Scottsdale AZ Mayo Clinic Scottsdale Family Practice Residency Scottsdale AZ University Arizona Family Practice Residency Tucson AZ AHEC South Arkansas El Dorado AR AHEC Northwest Family Practice Residency Fayetteville AR AHEC Fort Smith Family Practice Residency Fort Smith AR AHEC Northeast Family Practice Residency Jonesboro AR AHEC Northeast Family Practice Residency Rural Training Track Jonesboro AR Little Rock Family Practice Residency Little Rock AR AHEC-Pine Bluff Family Practice Pine Bluff AR AHEC - Southwest Family Practice Residency Texarkana AR Bakersfield Family Practice Bakersfield CA Northridge Family Practice Northridge CA Scripps Family Practice Residency Program Chula Vista CA Kaiser Permanente Fontana Family Medicine Residency Program Fontana CA UCSF - Fresno Family Practice Residency Program Fresno
University Of Delaware Hospitality Administration/Management, general Human Development and family Studies,general delaware offers a variety of special programs and opportunities http://www.princetonreview.com/college/research/profiles/academics.asp?listing=1
Extractions: The Division of Family Services, Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, adopts and promulgates the following licensing requirements for family child care homes as authorized in The Delaware Code, Title 31, Subchapter II, Subsections 341 -344. All previous rules, regulations and standards pertaining to such facilities are null and void. These requirements take effect on June 1, 1994. Charles E. Hayward, Secretary Virginia D. Miller, Director Division of Program Support Child Day Care is the most commonly used term to refer to the range of services available for children who are away from their own homes for a part of the day. Generally parents seek substitute care for reasons of employment, although a variety of situations prompt the need for child care. The primary characteristic of child day care is the delegation by the parents of the responsibility for the care and protection of the child to the provider. The need for protecting children receiving care outside their own homes was recognized by the Delaware General Assembly as early as 1915. Since 1950, Delaware has required child care facilities to be licensed as authorized in the Delaware Code, Title 31, Subchapter II, Subsections 341 -344. The licensing law defines the type of facilities that are to be regulated by the State, and gives the authority to "prescribe reasonable standards" and "license such facilities" to the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families. The purpose of the law is to protect the health, safety and well-being of the children who receive care in child care facilities. Licensing of these facilities is a preventive function which has as its purpose setting requirements which must be met in order for a facility to be able to operate.
Extractions: The Wellness Community provides support programs facilitated by licensed and experienced psychotherapists. At these meetings, people with cancer develop strong bonds with others. Like a family, together we explore new ways of dealing with the physical and emotional problems associated with the disease. Attending an informational meeting is a great first step for someone wanting to learn more about The Wellness Community and our services. Informational meetings provide a general overview of all the support programs, services and events that we offer. Like the participant groups, informational meetings are held at various times to meet the demanding schedules of our participants. Participant groups are the mainstay of our support programs here at The Wellness Community. Facilitated by a licensed psychotherapist, these groups are exclusively for people with cancer. The groups are two hours long and are offered at a variety of times during the day and night to accommodate the different schedules of our participants. Participant groups offer a safe place for people with cancer to talk about whatever is on their mind as it relates to cancer. Through these sessions, our participants form strong bonds with other individuals fighting cancer while they explore new ways of coping with the physical and emotional aspects of disease. Before joining one of these groups we suggest you learn more by attending one of our Informational Meetings.
Widener University School Of Law In all of these courts you will find students from the Judicial Externship Program. familyCourt, State of delaware. (Civil, Criminal, family and general Equity http://www.law.widener.edu/CURRENT/PROGRAMS/CLINICAL_PROGRAMS/judicial_externshi
Extractions: www.infanthearing.org Home State Information Last Modifed: Delaware - EHDI Information General EHDI Profile... EHDI Contact UNHS Programs - Hospitals Legislative Activities State EHDI Grants Upcoming Events For Health Care Providers... Newborn Hearing Screening Diagnostic Audiology Early Intervention Data Management Medical Home Program Evaluation Tools For Families... General Family Info Support Organizations Delaware - General EHDI Profile
General Assistance Services And Programs income people who do not qualify for federally funded programs, such as for NeedyFamilies Temporary Assistance for Needy Families is delaware s main cash http://www.state.de.us/dhss/main/asistnce.htm
Extractions: The Adult Protective Service (APS) Program responds to cases of suspected abuse, neglect, or exploitation of impaired adults. Specifically, the program serves persons who are aged 18 or over, who have a physical or mental impairment, and who are not living in a long term care facility (for example, a nursing home). The APS program is staffed by trained social workers who provide assistance.
Extractions: Mission: A Family Program that meets the needs and provides services to the Guardmember, their family, and their extended family. By assisting the Guard Family in preparing for and coping with the Military demands in their life. Benefits: Read about our BENEFITS Mobilization: A Guide to Reserve Family Member Benefits
Extractions: Programs offered to the Delaware National Guard community: Environmental Program Throughout our proud history, as the Nations oldest military organization, the National Guard has protected America in war and peace from all enemies, foreign and domestic. We continue to proudly serve the American people not only as a military organization but also as environmental stewards, preserving and protecting the beautiful, abundant natural and cultural environment that is uniquely America. Read BG Ronald B. Stewart's Environmental Policy for the Delaware Army National Guard
Extractions: For almost 30 years, Baptist Bible Seminary has been providing trained leadership for the Baptist church movement. The primary purpose of the Seminary is to help students acquire the biblical knowledge, spiritual heart, and methodologies to carry out the "Great Commission" in their lifetimes. Nearly 250 students are engaged in the scholarly study of the biblical text at BBS. (BBS is accredited by he Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is approved by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania). Scholarship for your mind, Passion for your heart, Service for your handsBaptist Bible Seminary
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Browse Agencies to bridge the gap of broading economic and social disparity in the West Philadelphiaarea in general and in CASA Program- delaware family Court (New Castle), http://www.volunteersolutions.org/volunteerway/org/by_letter_C_1.html
Extractions: http://community.nj.com/cc/camdencountyoeo It is Camden County OEO's mission to strengthen the underprivileged, poor, handicapped, uneducated, unskilled or other disadvantaged people of our community by providing all resources available from Federal, State and Local sources to be utilized in the making of a broad-scale attack on poverty with a view toward eliminating more Campaign for Working Families http://www.uwsepa.org The Campaign for Working Families (Campaign)'s purpose is to support low wage workers through a broad, institutionally based effort to increase the number of eligible families in Philadelphia who take advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other state and federal credits. ( more Camphill Soltane
Department Of Family And Consumer Sciences programs of study, learning experiences, and Departmental outreach and researchare 18412, Life Management Skills family Crisis. delaware State University . http://www.dsc.edu/schools/Agriculture/deptoffamily.html
Extractions: Assistant Professors: Adegoke and Funderburk MISSION STATEMENT The Mission of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is to offer programs of study and learning experiences that are comprehensive and integrative. The Department prepares students for graduate study, and for people oriented professions in education, business, industry and government that contribute to the well being of individuals, families, and the institutions which serve them. The option in Food and Nutrition is approved by the American Dietetic Association (ADA) as a Didactic Program in Dietetics. ADA is recognized by the United States Department of Education as the sole credentialing body for dietetics program. Program graduates are eligible to apply for admission to Dietetic Internships and Approved Pre-professional Practice Programs. Programs of study, learning experiences, and Departmental outreach and research are designed to: Develop student competencies in subject matter areas Use science to address critical economic, technical, social and environmental issues impacting families and individuals