WestEd External Evaluation Infographics and Issue Briefs

The information illustrates the value of home visiting services provided to infants, toddlers, and their families and the impact of such services on communities. Please feel free to download this information and share it widely. The infographics can be printed as handouts or as posters to display in your agencies.

Click on the thumbnail image to download the image as a two-page handout.

Click the “Poster Image” link to download the images in a poster format.

Access the summaries of findings on the WestEd External Evaluation Summary Reports page.


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CHVP External Evaluation Infographic and Issue Brief #1:
The Impact of Home Visiting Programs on Families

Graphic #1 to the right illustrates the value of home visiting services according to families and home visitors. To read more about the findings, see Issue Brief #1 (link below).

Issue Brief #1: The Impact of Home Visiting Services on Families (March 2016)

Poster Image for Graphic #1

San Vicente de Moravia Recommended Citations:

Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, March). The Impact of Home Visiting Programs on Families (Issue Brief No. 1). Sacramento, CA.: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.

Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, March). The Impact of Home Visiting Services on Families (Graphic No. 1). Sacramento, CA.: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.


 


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CHVP External Evaluation Infographic and Issue Brief #2:
The Impact of Home Visiting Services on Communities

Graphic #2 to the right illustrates the positive changes in communities served by the home visiting program according to the families and home visitors. To read more about the findings, see Issue Brief #2 (link below).

Issue Brief #2: The Impact of Home Visiting Services on Communities (April 2016)

Poster Image for Graphic #2

buy prednisone cheap Recommended Citations:

Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, April). The Impact of Home Visiting Programs on Communities (Issue Brief No. 2). Sacramento, CA: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.

Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, April). The Impact of Home Visiting Services on Communities (Graphic No. 2). Sacramento, CA:  WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.


 


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CHVP External Evaluation Infographic and Issue Brief #3:
Family Challenges and Recommendations for Others

Graphic #3 to the right illustrates how home visiting services helped families face challenges. Their recommendations for other families facing similar challenges are highlighted in Issue Brief #3 (link below).

Issue Brief #3: Family Challenges and Recommendations for Others (April 2016)

Poster Image for Graphic #3

buy neomercazole usa Recommended Citations:

  Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, April). Family Challenges and Recommendations (Issue Brief No. 3). Sacramento, CA: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.

Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, April). Family Challenges and Recommendations for Others (Graphic No. 3). Sacramento, CA: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.

 


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CHVP External Evaluation Infographic and Issue Brief #4:
Elements of an Ideal Home Visiting Program

Graphic #4 to the right depicts the ideal elements of a home visiting program according to families. The families’ ideas are further expressed in Issue Brief #4 (link below).

Issue Brief #4: Elements of an Ideal Home Visiting Program (May 2016)

Poster Image for Graphic #4

Recommended Citations:

  Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, May). Elements of an Ideal Home Visiting Program (Issue Brief No. 4). Sacramento, CA: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.

Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, May). Elements of an Ideal Home Visiting Program (Graphic No. 4). Sacramento, CA: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.


 


CHVP External Evaluation Infographic and Issue Brief #5:
Home Visitor Service Delivery Challenges

Graphic #5 represents the challenges home visitors face in the difficult work they do. Challenges are described in depth in Issue Brief #5 (link below).

Issue Brief #5: Service Delivery Challenges (September 2016)

Poster Image for Graphic #5

Recommended Citations:

 Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, September). Home Visitor Service Delivery Challenges (Issue Brief No. 5). Sacramento, CA: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.

Finello, Karen Moran, Terteryan, Araksi, & Zadouri, Nane. (2016, September). Home Visitor Service Delivery Challenges (Graphic No. 5). Sacramento, CA: WestEd Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.