Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters Role

Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters Role

Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters Role Playing with HIPPY Parents Participants Will. Describe the priorities for home visiting Identify one activity that must occur in each stage for introducing families to HIPPY home visiting Demonstrate the 5 Rs of a HIPPY home visit Determine which situations that arise during

home visits that should be discussed with the program coordinator Taking a Closer Look Handout Priorities for Home Visiting Trust Respect Privacy Confidentiality

Introducing Families to HIPPY Home Visiting Recruitment Making a Connection to HIPPY Intake and Application Exchanging information First Home Visit(s) Assessment and Transition to Role Play

Ongoing Home Visits Role Play and Family Support Handout Role Play with Parents Advantages Disadvantages Familiarity Intrusive to family

Behaviors can be easily observed Could go too fast or be too focused for the parent Close relationship with parent can be formed Scheduling problems Problem-solving and goal

setting Convenience Confidential Distractions Professional boundaries can become blurred First Contact with Parents Scheduling

Reduce or eliminate distractions The childs interests and learning style The value of the activity packet The importance of role play Supporting the Childs Learning Environment Share a personal experience Activities are based on exposure and practice Children may not find the HIPPY activities easy Encourage parents to share their own learning styles and experiences Establish a regular time and routine for HIPPY

activities Provide praise in an appropriate way Positive Learning for Parents Parents become excited to learn new information confident enough to try something new OK with making mistakes eager to teach their children fully aware of their commitment Keep In Mind.. Different learning rates and styles

Life challenges Applying HIPPY to daily life Parents learn as well as their children Being seen as the expert Advance Preparation Enrichment activities for the child Sample Packet Notes and reminders All necessary props and supplies Confirm in advance: The appointment time and day The previous activity packet is completed

The 5 Rs of a Home Visit Entrance (10 minutes) Education (40 minutes) Exit (10 minutes) apport eview

ole play eferrals eminders Handout Role Playing in the Home - Entrance What can a home visitor do to.. Set the tone and build rapport? Provide enrichment materials? Review the previous weeks activity packet? Obtain sample pull-page? Review completed packet and obtain progress information?

Pull Pages .a means of documenting HIPPY activities and child progress Proof of activity completion Documentation of mastered skills Evidence of child and parent success Guidance for additional resources or interventions Handout Five Important Steps to Role Play Step 1: Introduce the packet

Step 2: Introduce each activity Step 3: Role play each activity Step 4: Discuss how to apply the skills to daily or common activity Step 5: Review of role play of each activity Things to Remember Provide the appropriate props Introduce and explain new skills Make purposeful mistakes Repeat correct responses Use specific praise

Read with animation Activity: Which One is Better? Playing The Parent Role The Home Visitor Can The Parent Can Gauge understanding of concepts.

Know what supplies are needed. Check ability to lead an activity. Plan for time to complete the activities. Observe parent responses to mistakes. Complete the activities

more smoothly with their children. Determine the appropriate use of praise. Understand the activity from the perspective of the child. Role Playing in the Home: Exit What can a home visitor do to..

Inform parent of upcoming events Confirm next appointment Say thanks Affirm an identified strength noticed during

the visit Build and strengthen rapport Bringing it Back Home What if the parent.. Is falling behind by more than two weeks Needs to catch up Needs a temporary leave Will be out of town Isnt available, but has an older child who can

work with the HIPPY child Bringing it Back Home What if the family.. Is doing more than one domain per day is missing appointments or not cancelling in advance is uncomfortable with HIPPY rules sees no need to role play asks the home visitor to drop off the packet Home Visit

Training Activity HIPPY Curriculum Year 1, Week 1 Handout Thinking it Through The following slides contain questions that will help you think about and apply what youve learned. The correct answer(s) will always appear when the mouse is clicked These questions can also be used as an option quiz. Print the quiz handout to use them in quiz format,

Handout Which priority for home visiting is most important to HIPPY families? A) Trust B) Respect C) Privacy D) Confidentiality E) There cannot be one without the other three A home visitor conducts developmental screenings or assessments with a child during the ______________.

week before Christmas recruitment period first home visit beginning of role play initial phone call with the parent morning

By creating a positive learning environment for parents, home visitors teach parents to make the best possible learning environments for their children. Why? TRUE Parents are excited to learn new information They are confident enough to try something new

FALSE They learn to be OK with making mistakes They are eager to teach their children They are fully aware of their commitment There are three phases to every home visit. Match the 5 Rs to the correct phase. Entrance Education

Exit Review Reminders Rapport Role Play Referrals When role playing with families the Home Visitor also remembers to do these things. A) Talk about last months group meeting B) Provide the sample packet and props C) Make purposeful mistakes

D) Make a schedule change for next time E) Repeat correct responses F) Introduce and explain new skills Both the home visitor and the parent can learn and observe several critical aspects of role play when they take the part of the parent. Why? TRUE FALSE The Home Visitor Can

Check the parents ability to lead an activity. Observe parents responses to mistakes Determine the appropriate use of praise The Parent Can Know what supplies are needed. Plan for time to complete the activities Understand the activity from the perspective of the child. A parent says she will not be able to meet with her home visitor until her work situation

improves. The home visitor should: A.) Call every week to find out how things are going B.) Put the weeks activity packet in the familys mailbox C.) Continue role playing with an older sibling D.) Discuss the situation with the program coordinator Match the initial phases of the home visiting process with the activities that occur in them. Recruitment Intake and Application

Role Pay of weekly activity packet Completion of HIPPY application. Families applying for TANF complete this as well. First Home Visit(s) Learn about the benefits of participating in the HIPPY program, along with the commitments required.

Ongoing Home Visits Conduct any pre-testing, such as the Bracken School Readiness Assessment, etc. Personal information is gathered from HIPPY families and children during intake and initial home visits . What should a home visitor do to protect its confidentiality? A) Store it in a locked file cabinet at the HIPPY office

B) Keep it in the trunk of her car until the following week C) Give it to another home visitor to take back to the office D) Stack it neatly on her desk Home visitors can guide parents to create a supportive learning environment for their children by ______________.

Sharing phone apps Taking them to the library Keeping an open schedule Establishing a regular time and routine for HIPPY activities Changing their work hours Saving time

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