21st Century Parent Education and Coordination program matches the learning needs and cultural roots of families across six communities in the Southwest Maricopa region.
CircleConnect2Help Circle helps connects people in need with those who can meet the need. Anyone can register to be a Volunteer Helper and Register a Need.
The Curriculum-Based Decision Making (CBDM) tool is created to help teachers take full advantage of the myriad of observations that typically occur each day by systematically monitoring children’s learning.
E-Books in Early Literacy: Science, Design, Decision Learn about the key design features of appealing ebooks for early learning; the potential of ebooks as children’s first readers; and the science-design intersect for decision making when using ebooks in the early literacy program.
Medical Home Medical Home is a philosophy of health care delivery in which primary care providers are accessible in time and location and that care is comprehensive, continuous, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally competent.
Pump up the Volume in Preschool is a three year U.S. Department of Education Early Reading First project serving selected preschool programs in the Gallup-McKinley School District in northwest New Mexico that promotes early literacy and future success in kindergarten for at-risk preschoolers.
Say Tell Do Play is a vocabulary intervention program for young children with vocabulary delays
Southwest Technical Assistance Center Southwest Institute for Families and Children (SWI) was awarded one of three Self Advocacy Technical Assistance Grants from the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. SWI will work with four states, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas to strengthen the self advocacy movement.
Supporting People in Empowerment, Advocacy, and Knowledge
SWIft Resources SWIft Resources of Arizona is a free website that connects people across Arizona for children, youth and adults with special needs and their families professionals, providers and community members.