Parents as Teachers: Growing and Learning Together

Growing and Learning Together

Home visiting program to empower parents to be their child’s first teacher

Our program focuses on helping parents to develop skills and build their confidence using the Parents As Teacher curriculum. The program has different components that allow the families to explore in different environments: group sessions, home visits, assessments and resources. All of these customized to the family’s needs.

Eligibility Requirement

  • This program is focused on serving low-income, non-English speaking, immigrant or homeless families
  • King County Residents

Program Managers

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Pablo CoHen, Parents as Teachers Supervisor

Pablo is an engineer by profession, but has a passion for working with children and families. He has experience employing different approaches to children’s development.

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Alejandrina Gonzalez, Early Learning Specialist

Alejandrina is a Parent Educator with many years of experience in the field of education. She brings skills in the field of family well-being and instructional design.

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Romina Macias. Early Learning Specialist

Romina’s education in psychology means she puts a strong emphasis on mental health and family integrity. She has dedicated this part of her career to working with families and children.

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Camila Gamarra, Early Learning Specialist

As an Early Learning Specialist, I specialize in supporting families through guidance and educational resources aimed at promoting effective parenting techniques and fostering healthy child development. My focus is on empowering families with the knowledge, activities, and skills necessary to navigate the various stages of childhood. My goal is to equip parents with the tools and confidence to raise happy, well-adjusted children, providing them with the emotional, social, and intellectual support they need to thrive.

Please call Pablo for more information or to get involved!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this a daycare?

No, it’s a program where we visit families in their homes.

Can you help us with resources?

What resources we are able to families are dependent on donations

Is this program free?

Yes! These services are free for qualified families.