NAPPR Tribal Home Visiting Program Publishes Program Methodology in Infant Mental Health Journal.
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Sadie, aka “Girt,” is an Early Intervention Specialist. Girt, who has a Master’s in Multicultural Special Education, has more than 14 years of providing home-based, family-centered Early Intervention services, aiding families with young children who have developmental delays, such as loss of hearing or sight or delays in speech or movement.
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Staff spotlight: Justina, Evaluation Specialist. Justina’s journey with NAPPR began more than six years ago, first, as a client, then later as a policy board member, culture and language coordinator and program assistant. A citizen of the Navajo Nation, Justina has received a Bachelor’s in Philosophy with a pre-law concentration from UNM.
Maricruz is an Early Head Start Home Visitor. Maricruz is part of NAPPR’s in-home visiting support program for infants and toddlers under age 3 and expectant mothers.
Chris is a Quality Assurance Manager in our Early Intervention Program. Chris has more than seven years of working in quality assurance, with four of those years at NAPPR’s Early Intervention Program. He chose to apply with NAPPR because of the nonprofit’s overall vision and dedication to improving the lives of New Mexico’s youngest community members.