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Helping children and families be healthier through home visits

Author: Dana Kazel on Feb 22 2017

Amy WestbrookSt. Louis County Public Health offer several programs that involve nurses visiting expectant and new moms in their homes. These visits are proven to improve parent-child bonds, and parenting skills, increase a child's readiness for school and chances for future success, and many other benefits.

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Helping children and families be healthier through home visits

Amy WestbrookSt. Louis County Public Health offer several programs that involve nurses visiting expectant and new moms in their homes. These visits are proven to improve parent-child bonds, and parenting skills, increase a child's readiness for school and chances for future success, and many other benefits.

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