Parent Education & Support

Morgan Neuhaus Honored as Public Health Leader

Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2019 in Parent Education & Support

Regional Medical Center and Parents As Teachers are excited to share that one of our Parent Educators, Morgan Neuhaus, was recently honored at the 2018 Iowa Governors Conference on Public Health in Des Moines as a leader in nutrition and physical activity. Morgan received the Emerging Nutrition and Physical Activity Leader award.

RMC Parents as Teachers Encourages You to Support Children's Mental Health

Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2019 in Parent Education & Support

Join communities across Iowa this month in celebrating the importance of social connections and social well-being during Child Abuse Prevention Month.

You can Help Prevent Child Abuse in Our Community

Posted: Thursday, March 29, 2018 in Parent Education & Support

Every April, RMCs Parents As Teachers joins Prevent Child Abuse America in encouraging and educating our communities on child abuse. Unfortunately, abuse and neglect happens everywhereeven in our communities. But, everyone can help make great childhoods happen in our community.

Congratulations to RMC's Parents As Teachers Program

Posted: Friday, December 8, 2017 in Parent Education & Support

Regional Medical Center along with the Iowa Department of Management and Public Health is pleased to announce the RMC Parents As Teachers (PAT) program for Delaware County has once again earned the Iowa Family Support Credential.

Everyday Actions Create Great Childhoods

Posted: Friday, April 15, 2016 in Parent Education & Support

This April, the Delaware County Prevent Child Abuse Council, Regional Medical Center Parents as Teachers, and Prevent Child Abuse Iowa are joining communities across the nation in celebrating the small actions people take every day that make a big difference in childrens lives.

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Posted: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 in Parent Education & Support

The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study is one of the largest studies ever done to gauge ties between harmful childhood experiences and later-life behaviors and health outcomes. The study is a collaboration between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Kaiser Permanente's Health Appraisal Clinic in San Diego.

Delaware County Celebrates Great Childhoods for ALL Children in April

Posted: Friday, April 10, 2015 in Parent Education & Support

Our children deserve a chance at a bright future and it starts with creating a community that invests in their safety and well-being. This April, RMCs Parents As Teachers (PAT) and the Delaware County Prevent Child Abuse Council are again helping share Prevent Child Abuse Iowas messages on child abuse prevention.

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 in Parent Education & Support

Our children deserve a chance at a bright future and it starts with creating a community that invests in their safety and well-being. This April, RMCs Parents As Teachers (PAT) and the Delaware County Prevent Child Abuse Council are helping share Prevent Child Abuse Iowas messages on child abuse prevention.

25 Ways to be a Loving Parent

Posted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in Parent Education & Support

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and a time to focus on what it means to be a parent. You, as a parent, play a vital role in the emotional and social development of your child. Through your day-to-day activities, you show your children how you feel about them. RMCs Parents As Teachers and the Delaware County Prevent Child Abuse Council are helping share Prevent Child Abuse Iowas message of the importance of being a loving parent.

What words does your child NEED to hear?

Posted: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 in Parent Education & Support

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and a time to raise awareness that everyone plays a role in prevention. Prevent Child Abuse Iowa, RMCs Parents As Teachers, and the Delaware County Prevent Child Abuse Council are celebrating Child Abuse Prevention Month this April by helping to bringing attention to the words your child NEEDS to hear...

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