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  • Title: Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: .. Speaker Deck.. Vimeo.. Facebook.. Home.. Meet the Team.. Products.. Site Map.. Our Model.. +.. Our Network.. Learning Institute.. Research.. Giving.. Let's Talk Kids.. How does it work?.. Who does it serve?.. What sets it apart from other early childhood models?.. Where is it used?.. Is it approved in early childhood settings?.. Is it supported by research?.. How do I get started?.. Baby TALK Professional Association.. Why should I get Baby TALK Training?.. Which Training do I need?.. How do I register for a Training?.. What happens once I've completed Training?.. How can my program maintain child and family records?.. Contributors.. Evidence-Based Practice.. Projects.. In the Field.. Publications.. In the beginning.. Baby TALK was born in 1986 in Decatur, IL when Claudia Quigg and community  ...   More about the Baby TALK Model.. Baby TALK Home Visiting.. Baby TALK Home Visits with families provide an unparalleled opportunity to engage parents around the development of their children.. Learn More about Home Visiting.. The NEW Read for Joy!.. Learn more about this NEW professional resource.. Baby TECH.. Learn about Baby TALK's new database application.. Newborn Encounter.. View a live Baby TALK newborn encounter.. Let s Talk Kids is now a BOOK!.. "Let's Talk Kids: Becoming a Family".. Community Health Improvement Center.. 500 East Lake Shore Drive.. Decatur, Illinois 62521.. P 217.. 475.. 2234.. P toll free 1.. 888.. 4BT.. READ.. F 217.. 2206.. Baby TALK is an evidence-based, ISBE endorsed model.. ©1986-2013 Baby TALK.. All rights reserved.. Click here for Decatur IL program information..

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  • Title: Meet the Team | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: Claudia Quigg.. , Founding Executive Director.. Penny Kotal.. , Business Director.. Deb Widenhofer.. , Director of the Learning Institute.. Cindy Bareleben.. , Director of Local Programming.. Shauna Ejeh.. , Director of Baby TALK Early Head Start.. Betsy Osman.. , Director of Development.. Ellen Walsh.. , Baby TALK Professional Association (BTPA) Manager.. April Ingram.. , Training Faculty.. Kristina Sommer.. Esther Puckett,.. Training Faculty.. Baby TALK Board of Directors.. Meet our Directors..

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  • Title: Products | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: Publications available for purchase:.. Babies Books: A Joyous Beginning.. Read For Joy!.. La Alegría de Leer!.. Let s Talk Kids: Becoming a Family.. Questions? Email.. betsy@babytalk.. org.. or call us at 217.. Ready to Order?.. click here for ordering details..

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  • Title: Site Map | Baby TALK
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  • Title: Our Model | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: What is the Baby TALK Model?.. Baby TALK (.. T.. eaching.. A.. ctivities for.. L.. earning and.. K.. nowledge) is a community family support model which provides the framework to guide parent educators, teachers, social workers, family support specialists, nurses, physicians, librarians and city leaders in nurturing.. school readiness.. and optimal child development by supporting infants and toddlers and their parents.. The model provides a framework for community-based interventions through.. universal access.. beginning with a.. universal screen.. of families  ...   are.. most at-risk.. and who may qualify for.. intensive home visiting.. programs such as.. Early Head Start.. The model provides a.. curriculum.. for.. intensive home visiting.. and.. early childhood programs.. with foundational developmental information from the perspective of the child, the parent and the professional who will come alongside this family.. supporting the parent/child relationship.. to working with families through the implementation of Critical Concepts and age-specific Protocols which are designed to create a framework for each Personal Encounter..

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  • Title: Baby TALK is represented across the nation | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: Baby TALK is represented across the nation.. Baby Talk Headquarters - Decatur, Illinois.. 4-C: Community Coordinated Child Child Care - DeKalb, Illinois.. Allison s Infant Toddler Center - Chicago, Illinois.. Ames Public Library - Ames, Iowa.. Archway Services for Children - Carbondale, Illinois.. Asian Human Services - Chicago, Illinois.. Baby TALK Early Head Start - Decatur, Illinois.. Bensenville School District - Elmhurst, Illinois.. Bourbonnais School District #53 - Boubonnais, Illinois.. Bradley Elementary School District #61 - Bradley, Illinois.. Building Bright Futures - Early Childhood Services - Omaha, Nebraska.. Carbondale Elementary School District 95 - Carbondale, Illinois.. Casa Central - Chicago, Illinois.. Catholic Charities - Arts of Living Institute - Chicago, Illinois.. Catholic Charities - Our Lady of Lourdes - Chicago, Illinois.. Center for New Horizons Effie O.. Ellis - Chicago, Illinois.. Champaign - Urbana Early - Urbana, Illinois.. Chester CUSD 139 Prevention Initiative - Chester, Illinois.. Chicago Commons Nia Family Center - Chicago, Illinois.. Chicago Commons Paulo Freire Center - Chicago, Illinois.. Chicago Public Schools - Chicago, Illinois.. Chicago Urban Day School - Chicago, Illinois.. Children s Center for Creative Learning Kedzie - Chicago, Illinois.. Children s Center for Creative Learning Western - Chicago, Illinois.. Children s Home + Aid - Bloomington, Illinois.. Children s Home + Aid, Stronger Beginnings for Families Program - Belleville, Illinois.. Chinese American Service League - Chicago, Illinois.. Community Action Partnership of Central IL EHS - Lincoln, Illinois.. Community Childcare Service Center - Jacksonville, Illinois.. Community Elements - Champaign, Illinois.. Concordia Place - Avondale - Chicago, Illinois.. Deer Creek Mackinaw CUSD 701 - Mackinaw, Illinois.. Delia M.. Turner School - Robbins, Illinois.. District 214 Community Education - Arlington Heights, Illinois.. District 62 Early Learning Center Des Plaines - Des Plaines, Illinois.. East Richland Elementary School ERCU #1 - Olney, Illinois.. Easter Seals Gilchrist-Marchman - Chicago, Illinois.. Easter Seals Near South Side - Chicago, Illinois.. Educare Boone County - Columbia, Missouri.. El Hogar del Nino - Chicago, Illinois.. El Paso-Gridley B.. R.. I.. G.. H.. T.. START - El Paso, Illinois.. El Valor - Carlos Cantu Children Family Center - Chicago, Illinois.. El Valor - Guadalupe Reyes Children Family Center - Chicago, Illinois.. El Valor - Rey Gonzalez Children Family Center - Chicago, Illinois.. Ezzard Charles Day Care Nursery - Chicago, Illinois.. Family Focus Nuestra Familia - Chicago, Illinois.. Family Network - Highland Park, Illinois.. Family Services Inc.. - Lafayette, Indiana.. Family Smart/Kid Friendly Partnership - Burlington, Wisconsin.. First Chance for Children - Columbia, Missouri.. Gary Public Library - Gary, Indiana.. Grace United Methodist Church - Springfield, Illinois.. Greencastle Antrim School District - Greencastle, Pennsylvania.. Growing Together - Oreana, Illinois.. Hamilton County Unit #10 - McLeansboro, Illinois.. Harlem School District 122, Donald C.. Parker Center - Machesney Park, Illinois.. Heartland Family Service - Omaha, Nebraska.. Henry  ...   Millikin University - Decatur, Illinois.. Mother s Touch Day Care - Chicago, Illinois.. Moultrie County Beacon Bright Start - Sullivan, Illinois.. Munroe-Meyer Institute - Omaha, Nebraska.. New Disciple Love Center - Michigan City, Indiana.. New Life Centers of Chicagoland, Oak Forest Site - Oak Forest, Illinois.. Nokomis Birth to Three - Hand in Hand Program - Nokomis, Illinois.. Northwestern CUSD #2 - Palmyra, Illinois.. Oglesby School District - Lincoln Elementary School #125 - Oglesby, Illinois.. Options for Youth - Bogan - Chicago, Illinois.. Options for Youth - Curie - Chicago, Illinois.. Options for Youth - Orr Academy - Chicago, Illinois.. Orland School District 135 - Orland Park, Illinois.. Ounce of Prevention - Chicago, Illinois.. Parent Wonders - Rantoul, Illinois.. Parents as Teachers - Gary Alliance - Alpine, California.. Parents as Teachers Booneville School District - Boonville, Missouri.. Parents as Teachers Chance Elementary - Centralia, Missouri.. Parents as Teachers Columbia Public Schools - Columbia, Missouri.. Paris Union School District #95 - Paris, Illinois.. Proliteracy Worldwide - Santa Fe, New Mexico.. Promoting Good Behavior - Chicago, Illinois.. Purdue University - West Lafayette, Indiana.. Racine County University of Wisconsin Extension - Sturtevant, Wisconsin.. River Bend Head Start Family Services - Alton, Illinois.. Rolling Prairie Library - branch of LaPorte Cty Library - Rolling Prairie, Indiana.. Russellville Independent Schools/Logan County Schools - Russellville, Kentucky.. Saint Xavier University - Chicago, Illinois.. South Central Kansas Library System - South Hutchinson, Kansas.. SPEED Early Learning Center - Chicago Heights, Illinois.. St.. Vincent de Paul Center - Chicago, Illinois.. Teddy Bear Day Care I - Chicago, Illinois.. Teddy Bear Day Care II - Chicago, Illinois.. Teddy Bear Day Care III - Chicago, Illinois.. Teddy Bear Day Care V - Chicago, Illinois.. The Children s Center of Cicero-Berwyn (Clyde) - Cicero, Illinois.. The Children s Center of Cicero-Berwyn (Morton East) - Cicero, Illinois.. The Children s Center of Cicero-Berwyn (PACT) - Berwyn, Illinois.. The Children s Center of Cicero-Berwyn (Patricia Makris Center) - Cicero, Illinois.. The Children s Center of Cicero-Berwyn (Red Feather) - Cicero, Illinois.. The Children’s House-Lake Meadows - Chicago, Illinois.. The Children’s Place Association - Chicago, Illinois.. The Children’s Place Association - Early Learning Center - Chicago, Illinois.. The Infant Welfare Society of Evanston - Evanston, Illinois.. The Learning Tree GIA - Chicago, IL.. The Learning Tree NIA - Chicago, Illinois.. The Literacy Council - Rockford, Illinois.. The P.. L.. A.. Y.. Project - Ann Arbor, Michigan.. The Salvation Army - Chicago, Illinois.. Thrive Under 5 - Leesburg, Virginia.. Tippecanoe Community Health Clinic - Lafayette, Indiana.. Trinity Resource Unlimited - Chicago, Illinois.. Tuscaloosa’s One Place, A Family Resource Center - Tuscaloosa, Alabama.. YWCA Child Care Resource and Referral - Toledo, Ohio.. Questions?.. Click here for additional support.. Program Forms.. for reference and use by Baby TALK Professionals..

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  • Title: the Learning Institute | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: the Learning Institute.. Becoming a Baby TALK Professional is as easy as 1.. 2.. 3!.. STEP 1:.. Attend Baby TALK Training and receive a certificate of completion.. STEP 2:.. Implement the materials in your program/area with the help of BT Technical Assistance.. STEP 3:.. Become a part of the Baby TALK Professional Association (BTPA).. *Annual recertification is required and babyTECH is recommended for data management.. Baby TALK 2013 Calendar.. check out this year's trainings and meetings.. Meet the Baby TALK Training Faculty..

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  • Title: Research | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: Evidence-based practice: The Baby TALK model in action.. In January 2010, Baby TALK used seed money to support the organization s mission to positively impact child development and nurture healthy parent-child relationships during the critical early years through applied research.. Building a research component into Baby TALK s mission was to ensure the organization met all requirements as an evidence-based early childhood intervention model and would allow Baby TALK to gain the benefits attached to the designation.. What does Baby TALK want to study?.. Current research efforts focus on the implementation of the Baby TALK model in various communities, the participants identified and recruited using the model, and specific programs (e.. g.. home-visitation) that serve high-risk families with young children.. Future research will need to focus on child and family outcomes tied to the Baby TALK model; specifically, the impact of intervention on young mothers, toxic stress levels for mother and child, and school readiness outcomes.. At the November 30, 2012 Prevention Initiative Advisory Committee Meeting, the Illinois State Board of Education representatives reported on the number of children enrolled in the state data collection system (SIS) and funded by Prevention Initiative.. The total number of children enrolled totals 13,579.. Of  ...   and their families.. A Report on Risk Characteristics Among Young Children and Families in the Baby TALK Demonstration Program: 2008-2010, with Select Comparative Local, State, and National Data from 2003-2010.. (Research Brief, 2011).. In this.. research brief.. , we examine the risk characteristics of children and families in the Baby TALK demonstration program and compare those characteristics with demographic data at the county, state, and federal level.. Baby TALK presents at the 27th Zero to Three National Training Institute Los Angeles, CA "Newborn Encounters: A strengths-based approach to identifying newborns and new parents in need of early intervention services.. " (December 2012).. The.. poster presentation.. describes the Newborn Encounter tool, an innovative screening tool used by hospital obstetric units for identifying newborns and new parents in need of early intervention services.. The Baby TALK Model Fidelity and Self-Assessment Project.. project.. provides efforts and activities to inform and advance achievement of a unified, statewide system of high quality Home Visiting to ensure sustained gains from the use of the grant to Illinois.. Upcoming Presentations.. See what we have coming up!.. Research Agenda.. Current research efforts surrounding the implementation of the Baby TALK model.. Questions about Baby TALK research?.. contact our research team..

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  • Title: Giving | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: For the past 27 Years, Baby TALK s mission has been to come alongside ALL families in our community and beyond.. We ve had many successes and learned much along the way.. In 27 Years, today s children will be the leaders of our country.. Your investment in them creates a bright, shared future for us all.. Baby TALK is there for them.. Will you be there for Baby TALK?.. Donate Now.. Support Baby TALK's mission..

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  • Title: Let’s Talk Kids | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: Let s Talk Kids.. Let s Talk Kids parenting column, written by Baby TALK Executive Director Claudia Quigg, honors the expertise parents have about their own children and explores issues that are universal for families.. From toilet training and sibling rivalry to establishing family values, Claudia Quigg provides thoughtful and accessible insights that are meaningful to  ...   Expertise.. The Efficiency Dilemma.. Gestures the Instruct the Heart.. That Bad Baby.. Thar She Blows!.. Reading at a Summer s Pace.. Got an idea for a column?.. Write to Claudia!.. this week s Let s Talk Kids.. Click here for this week's column.. bring let s talk kids to your community.. Contact us for more information..

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  • Title: How does the BabyTALK model work? | Baby TALK
    Descriptive info: How does the BabyTALK model work?.. Baby TALK provides a framework of 12 simple words.. Build a system.. Engaging others in the community who support young families, Baby TALK seeks to build.. a trustworthy system.. Collaboration.. communication.. among service providers eliminates barriers for families.. Screen every family.. Casting a net.. over your targeted population includes.. going where parents and children already are.. Baby TALK s Encounter Protocol enables providers to learn about families strengths and needs.. universal screening.. may include outreach to hospital prenatal services and obstetric units, WIC or pediatric clinics, and other community locations where families may  ...   parents about how to address family needs.. Every parent and every child is.. unique.. and sensitive professionals can consider individual constellations of resources which may meet their needs.. Deliver appropriate services.. Arranging for services which are meaningful to a family s real needs may include delivering.. intensive home visiting and family support.. to families who are.. Families with fewer risk factors may be served by group encounters through the community s resources, with ongoing efforts to re-examine the development of risk factor over time.. All of the community s resources may be offered to families as they are appropriate..

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