This location provides home visiting services to families with children birth to 3 years old and expecting mothers. Parents receive twice-monthly visits from their home visitor to ensure their child is meeting development milestones through parent-child activities and education. Activities guide parents and children in sharing and learning activities that improve gross motor, language, fine motor, social, and emotional skills.
Parent curriculum includes good maternal or paternal and child health, home safety, food security, positive parenting, and school readiness. Additionally, parents and caregivers can attend twice-monthly group meetings to meet other parents and attend additional workshops about the developmental needs of their children.
For enrollment information please contact the PI Program Supervisor, Ramona Jackson at 773-643-0456 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Robert Turner, Program Specialist, at 773-643-0456 or email@example.com.
Doulas are experienced professionals who provide physical, emotional, and educational support before, during, and after childbirth. A doula does not replace medical personnel such as a doctor or midwife but supports the pregnant participant person with pre- and postnatal care, connections to healthcare and supportive services, and labor coaching. Using a doula helps create a safe environment to give birth, assists with breastfeeding and lactation, and provides a support system for families to help with anything unexpected.
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16238 Prince Drive
South Holland, IL 60473