The updated curriculum provides training, tools, and resources to help home visitation staff address the complex and sometimes uncomfortable issue of domestic violence. When it comes to promoting health and safety outcomes for women and children impacted by domestic violence, there is a methodology to effective assessment, primary prevention, and anticipatory guidance messaging during home visits. What one says and how it is said - whether by direct assessment or through universal education - matters and can make a difference for women and children living with domestic violence.
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