FCIC - Florida Center for Inclusive Communities

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HIPPY Workshops/Presentations:

For Agencies

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HIPPY Model Descriptions:

Research Findings on HIPPY:

For Staff

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Trainings

Role Play with HIPPY Parents:

Role Play for HIPPY Staff:

 

For Volunteers

How can I volunteer with HIPPY?

Volunteers can bring an extra dimension to HIPPY. Specific roles depend upon local program needs and relationships. Volunteers can play a key role in introducing HIPPY to their communities and providing on-going support. Some programs utilize volunteers from community service organizations such as the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Junior League, Coalition of 100 Black Women, Kiwanis, or local volunteer placement centers.

The primary role of the HIPPY volunteer is to support the HIPPY program in every way possible. They often serve as catalysts to bring various community groups together; as advocates to promote the program at every opportunity in the community, especially to legislators and other community leaders; as well as provide financial and moral support. In fact, volunteers can provide the kind of support that cannot be bought.

The following are some of the most common ways that volunteers support HIPPY programs in their communities:
START-UP

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION

WORK DIRECTLY WITH FAMILIES

PROVIDE FUNDING AND MATERIALS

ADVOCACY AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

For Parents

Growing Up Safe and Strong

Child Development

Experiential Learning

Behavior Management

Parent Advocacy

Family Strength and Empowerment


Florida Center for Parent Involvement (FCPI)

The FCPI gathered information on parent needs, coordinated the information, and created a series of resources organized by theme, including fact sheets for parents and professionals.

This series of materials provides a wealth of current information for both parents and providers; the complete set of resources can be obtained in PDF format on the Department of Child and Family Studies Website at http://cfs.cbcs.usf.edu/resource-centers/fcpi/

 

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