Supporting Parent-Child Interaction Strategies During a Pandemic
Abstract During COVID-19, a vibrant family engagement program in Omaha, Nebraska, replaced in-person services with virtual services for months at a time. Many families in the community worked in essential service industries that were hit disproportionately hard by the disease. The program found innovative ways to support families and continue assessments to promote parent–child interactions and measure family resiliency, child development, and progress toward parent goals.
“Le traje a mi hija para que la peine y le corte el cabello también.” [I brought in my daughter for a style and a haircut.]