Resilient partners: The development of a university community collaboration to promote wellness for Head Start children and families

@inproceedings{Mendez2005ResilientPT,
  title={Resilient partners: The development of a university community collaboration to promote wellness for Head Start children and families},
  author={Julia L. Mendez and Blake Te'Neil Lloyd},
  year={2005}
}
This paper describes a theoretically driven approach uniquely suited for the development of research partnerships between university teams and local communities serving children enrolled in Head Start programs. A literature review on dimensions of successful research partnerships provides a backdrop for presenting the Resilience Partnership-Directed Approach (RPA) to conducting wellness research, with a specific emphasis on issues that arise when working with ethnic minority populations. RPA… CONTINUE READING

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