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Penn Nursing Students Help Bridge the Gap with ECP

Recently, a group of students collaborated with ECP to bridge the gap between healthcare and parenting education for new moms.  University of Pennsylvania nursing students must complete a community project…

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Power to Parent Fall Session – Register now for classes starting January 5th

Educating Communities for Parenting’s Power to Parent Winter session will begin on Thursday, January 5th thru March 30, 2017. ECP’s Power to Parent classes cover such topics as ages and stages of child development, the…

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Check Out Photos From ECP’s 5th Annual Halloween Party!

  Each year, Educating Communities for Parenting welcomes our Power to Parent students and their children to a very special Halloween party. Children get to make crafts, enjoy tasty treats,…

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Philly.com Kids’ Health Panel Featuring ECP’s Anita Kulick – September 18th at the Please Touch Museum

Join Philadelphia Media Network, publisher of The Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com, for an exciting day of fun, facts & fitness for the whole family. Anita Kulick, Educating Communities for…

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2016 Teen Parent Awards Luncheon

  On Thursday, May 12, 2016, ECP held its annual Teen Parent Awards Luncheon given in honor of students who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to attending and participating in parenting classes. The moms…

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2016 Imagine Speakers’ Luncheon Series

  On Thursday, May 5th, Educating Communities for Parenting (ECP) hosted the 2016 Imagine Speakers’ Luncheon Series. This year’s program featured keynote speaker Timene Farlow, Deputy Commissioner for the Division of…

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“An Ounce of Prevention…” Why Philadelphia Needs ECP Baby Watch Program

On Thursday, May 15, 2014, Educating Communities for Parenting will held its Imagine Celebration Speakers’ Series. This year, ECP was proud to present Dr. Myriam Miedzian, author of ...

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Building a Parenting Support Network

Healthy parenting is the ultimate group project. That includes all parents; highly educated, financially secure, mature, teenage, married, single, same sex, male or female. As cliché as it has become, it really does take a village to raise a child...

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‘Kid-free’ zones in public places?

The hottest non-news story on the morning TV shows early last month was about Rainy MacDuff, the owner of Rainy Days Café in Washington State. She asked two mothers and their young children to leave the restaurant because according to her, they were making a “mess.”

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How can I help my child manage stress?

Let’s face it, as parents we want what’s best for our children. After all, even before they’re born, we’ve been taking care of them. For nine months, we’ve eaten or…

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