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ERIC Number: ED080206
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Apr
Pages: 33
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New Orleans Parent Child Development Center.
Wiener, Gerald; And Others
The New Orleans model for parent-infant education involves the use of non-professional workers, trained by professional staff, who teach general concepts of child development and child management to groups of disadvantaged mothers. Two themes are stressed: the parent is now and will be the child's most important teacher, and all the baby's time is learning time. In the long range view, research at the Parent Child Cener is designed to investigate whether or not educational intervention needs to be implemented from the first year of life for optimal success and also to evaluate two systems of delivering services (in a center versus home visits). Results are as yet inconclusive. (DP)
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Authoring Institution: Parent Child Developmental Center, New Orleans, LA.
Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Bayley Scales of Infant Development