The Power of Possibilities 2017

Just three weeks ago we hosted the Inaugural Parent Possible Home Visiting Conference in Denver, CO at the Lowry Conference Center. After an entire year of planning, our staff was ecstatic to host over 200 participants from across Colorado for three days. Along with home visitors and supervisors...

Take Action Now! MIECHV Reauthorization

Colorado relies on federal funding to support four evidence-based home visiting programs across the state. The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program began under the Affordable Care Act in 2010 and is currently up for reauthorization in Congress. As the state...

Visit to Parents as Teachers National Center in St. Louis

After 6 weeks in my new position as the Parent as Teachers Program Director, I had the opportunity to attend PAT Foundational 1 and Model Implementation training in St. Louis, home of the Parents as Teachers National Center. It was a motivating and inspirational week packed full of learning and...

Stronger Families, Today and Tomorrow.

The past year has been a season of change here at Parent Possible. In the past few months we have changed our name, our logo, and our office location – but not our purpose. Every day we come to work thinking about how we can best ensure that every parent has the tools, information and confidence...

People are Excited to See Me

I recently celebrated my 2-month anniversary here at Parent Possible. After reaching such a milestone I found myself reflecting on the past several weeks. One theme stood out: People are really excited to see me. In my new position, I get to travel around the state and talk about children’s brain...

Parent Possible Home Visiting Conference in April of 2017

Parent Possible is hosting the Parent Possible Home Visiting Conference in April of 2017. This statewide conference will provide home visiting specific training, professional development, and networking opportunities for PAT and HIPPY home visitors, parent educators, and supervisors from across...

Supporting Parents in Early Literacy through Libraries (SPELL)

Click on the videos below to see examples of how Project SPELL in Colorado is working with two of our program sites, Family Connects in Greeley, CO and The Piñon Project in Cortez, CO. Project SPELL is incorporated in libraries across the state to work with other early childhood service agencies,...