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The Right Stuff

In honor of National Nurses week, May 6th – 12th, I’d like to highlight a few of the reasons our Family Connects RN’s are so special.  They truly have “the right stuff” for our program and I’m reminded of this every day.  What a privilege it is to work alongside this…...

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The Impact of Kids on the Block – A Program Ambassador Report

Kids on the Block (KOB) by John F. Grace, CPA/ABV/CFF Board member March 27, 2019 I remember playing with hand puppets when I was a child. My little brother, Peter, who had Down syndrome, had a special relationship with Ernie, his Sesame Street puppet. They were inseparable. Peter talked to…...

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April is Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month!

April is nationally recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. Additionally, at the request of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa (PCCT), Mayor GT Bynum has proclaimed April 2019 as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Tulsa. The Parent Child Center of Tulsa will spread child abuse and neglect awareness by installing…...

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Project Joy Brings Hope to Tulsa Kids

You can support Tulsa kids by making a donation to Project Joy today!  Our vision is that all parents have the knowledge and skills to protect, nurture, and provide for their own child. We build pathways of hope for our clients so that they may meet their goals. Our services include…...

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Tulsa Family Connects Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary! Congratulations from Jenny Fairchild, Director of Nursing

Tulsa Family Connects is celebrating the program’s First Anniversary!  Our team has been making post-partum home visits to families since October 1st, 2017, and what a learning experience it has been!  As Director of Nursing, I went into launching this program knowing that we would make a difference and begin…...

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month!

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and the Anti-Bullying Collaboration (ABC), a Collective Impact Project of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, is leading the way fostering bully free schools and communities.  The statistics are staggering.  One in five (21.3%) Oklahoma high school youth were bullied at least once while…...

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6 Great Children’s Books: Recommendations from PCCT Therapists

The back-to-school frenzy is dying down. Schedules have become routine, and homework is in full swing. As is with schools, literacy is always on our minds, and we have programming (Bright Beginnings and Tulsa Family Connects) that underscores the importance of talking, singing, and reading to children. Our friends at…...

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Back To School With Intention

Back To School With Intention July 31, 2018 By Steve Hahn, PCCT – Anti-Bullying Collaboration Director With two teenagers in the house set to return to school on August 15th, the count-down is on to get as much “fun” in as we can before the first hour bell calls our…...

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Together, Tulsa says “NO” to Bullying! – A Program Ambassador Report

Anti-Bullying Collaboration (“ABC”) by Jon M. Lawrence, PCCT Board Secretary Merriam-Webster defines bullying as “the abuse and mistreatment of someone vulnerable by someone stronger, more powerful, etc.: the actions and behavior of a bully.” When is the last time that you left home without your cell phone? How about the last time…...

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Father’s Day – The Quiet Holiday

Father’s Day – The Quiet Holiday By Steve Hahn, Father of 2 I’m not sure why, but it seems to me that Father’s Day has the tendency to quietly sneak up on us and then suddenly appear as a pleasant surprise.  Not like a “jump-scare” as my 13 year old…...

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