Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens: Facilitators

The Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens is targeted at pre-teens and teenagers between the ages of 10 to 17, and their caregivers. The programme uses culturally relevant approaches based on core principles found in evidence-based parenting programmes from around the world.

Mphatlalatsane (Early Morning Star) Health and Nutrition Programme

“The book-sharing component of the Mphatlalatsane programme makes use of group presentations and one-on-one assistance from a trained facilitator to provide caregivers with the skills to practice quality book-sharing with their infants or toddlers. Quality book-sharing between a caregiver and young child may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development.
For caregivers of children (1) aged 12-30 months
(2) aged 31-60 months”

Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens: Family guidebook

The Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens is targeted at pre-teens and teenagers between the ages of 10 to 17, and their caregivers. The programme uses culturally relevant approaches based on core principles found in evidence-based parenting programmes from around the world.

Care for Child Development: adapted for Latin America and the Caribbean

This material has been adapted for the Latin American and Caribbean region.
Care for Child Development (CCD) is an evidence-based approach designed to foster stimulation of young children by guiding their parents and caregivers on how to engage in play and communication activities that promote motor, cognitive-language and social-emotional skills. It also strengthens responsive caregiving skills by coaching parents and caregivers during a play interaction with their child to observe, interpret and appropriately respond to their child’s signals.