Home Visitation: Impact and Outcomes of Prevention Services During the Prenatal Period -  2023 Fall Webinar Series

When & Where

Date and Time

November 10, 2023 | 12:00 - 1:00pm CST







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About This Event

This presentation will cover the outcomes of prenatal home visits on the parent/child relationship and how this can positively impact the mental health of both the mother and child. The presentation will also cover activities and curriculum that are used to work with parents and reflective strategies that assist parents in developing their own parenting style and goals. 

In this session, we will:

  • Identify impact of home visitation services during the prenatal period.
  • Determine screenings and referrals that can be made during home visitation.
  • Address reflective strategies that may be helpful to establishing a positive parent/child relationship.
  • Demonstrate activities/curriculum that can assist parents in building a strong parent/child bond.
  • Identify the home visitation programs present in the state of Nebraska.

The intended audience for this session is for those involved in providing services to families in the prenatal and early childhood years.

Continuing Education: Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance, agenda, and handouts, which can be used for submitting and requesting CE credit on their own.


Sarah Muff, RN, BSN, BS
Senior Public Health Nurse
Lincoln/Lancaster County Health Department-Healthy Families Home Visiting

Sarah has been a senior public health nurse and supervisor with LLCHD-Healthy Families Home Visiting since January of 2023.  Prior to that she was a visiting nurse with the program, starting in December of 2021.  She was a Labor and Delivery nurse and birth doula and has over 17 year of experience working with women and infants in the prenatal and postpartum period.  

Jennifer Durand, MS, CMSW
Healthy Families America MSW Coordinator
Healthy Families America

Jennifer Durand supervises the Healthy Families America program at the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) in Omaha, Nebraska. She began her career as a special education teacher with Chicago Public Schools, where she witnessed firsthand the impact of students unmet social and emotional needs on academic achievement. Through a dual degree program with the Erikson Institute and Loyola University Chicago, Jennifer earned a Master of Science Degree in Child Development in 2013 and Master of Social Work Degree in 2014. Prior to moving to Omaha in early 2020, she was an Intake Coordinator and Case Manager Supervisor for a specialized foster care agency. Jennifer is passionate about providing preventative public health services to underserved communities.   

Registration Details

Registration closes November 8, 2023.



Contact Haifaa Al-saadi at  hal-saadi2@unl.edu