Your Place, Our Kids
In a special series, KOBI-TV and Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) take a closer look at what it takes to ensure the healthy development of young children. ‘Your Place, Our Kids,’ offers practical advice to parents on important topics such as prenatal care, nurturing relationships and high-quality preschool.
The OCF believes in our collective ability to build a brighter tomorrow where all Oregonians can create and sustain meaningful lives. Where communities work together to address our greatest challenges. OCF connects the power of philanthropy with the individuals and organizations who are leading the way to create a vibrant future for the state.
For more information, visit https://www.oregoncf.org/kids
On Tonight’s Five on 5, we are joined by Southern Oregon Success Program Manager Peter Buckley discussing what the program does regarding healthcare and education for all children, the ACES study regarding childhood adversity, the various educational institutions that the organization is …
Peter Buckley from Southern Oregon Success talks about working to create a common understanding, vocabulary and approach to address the challenges to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Peter Buckley from Southern Oregon Success discusses Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs, such as abuse, neglect and other family challenges.
Trisha Foster from The Family Connection explains how to keep up with the latest parenting resources, including classes and strategies.
Trisha Foster from The Family Connection explains how to learn about your child’s development, shares parenting strategies and ways to connect with other families.
MEDFORD, Ore. – A hands-on learning app is hoping to empower parents to be ‘brain builders’ for their children. The app Vroom is designed to turn every day activities into learning opportunities. “The app actually ages with the child so when they …
On Tonight’s Five on 5, we are joined by Patricia Foster, the Program Manager of The Family Connection discussing the free services they provide, such as parenting education, workshops and conferences. Also, she discusses the various organizations that The Family Connection works …
Kate Lasky from the Josephine County Library explains how the more you read with your baby, the easier it is for them to learn to read.
Kate Lasky from the Josephine County Library explains the more you read and talk with your child, the easier it is for them to learn to read.
On tonight’s Five on 5, we’re joined by Kate Lasky, Executive Director of the Josephine Community Library, on the library system going back to 40 hours a week.