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Vogel Voices is a podcast series featuring insightful conversations with teachers, staff, and supporters of Vogel, a nonprofit dedicated to serving homeless children and families. Each episode explores the unique approaches, challenges, and success stories of providing trauma-responsive care and education to those in need.

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Vogel Voices is a podcast series featuring insightful conversations with teachers, staff, and supporters of Vogel, a nonprofit dedicated to serving homeless children and families. Each episode explores the unique approaches, challenges, and success stories of providing trauma-responsive care and education to those in need.

    • video
    Empowering Through Connection: Vogel's Pyramid Model Approach

    Empowering Through Connection: Vogel's Pyramid Model Approach

    In today's podcast, we delve into the impactful work of Vogel Alcove, a nonprofit organization based in Dallas dedicated to helping homeless children and families. Through various programs and services, Vogel Alcove provides essential support to this vulnerable population.

    Central to Vogel Alcove's approach is the Pyramid Model Framework, an evidence-based strategy designed to promote young children's social-emotional development. This framework operates on three levels: universal supports, targeted supports, and intensive interventions, ensuring that every child's needs are met comprehensively.

    Throughout this podcast, we'll share specific success stories that highlight Vogel Alcove's trauma-informed, relationship-based approach. These stories demonstrate how their methods have helped individual children regulate their emotions and behaviors, illustrating the profound impact of their work on the lives of those they serve. Tune in to learn more about how Vogel Alcove is making a difference in the lives of homeless children and families.

    • 56 min
    Empowering Through Connection: Vogel's Pyramid Model Approach mp3

    Empowering Through Connection: Vogel's Pyramid Model Approach mp3

    In today's podcast, we delve into the impactful work of Vogel Alcove, a nonprofit organization based in Dallas dedicated to helping homeless children and families. Through various programs and services, Vogel Alcove provides essential support to this vulnerable population.

    Central to Vogel Alcove's approach is the Pyramid Model Framework, an evidence-based strategy designed to promote young children's social-emotional development. This framework operates on three levels: universal supports, targeted supports, and intensive interventions, ensuring that every child's needs are met comprehensively.

    Throughout this podcast, we'll share specific success stories that highlight Vogel Alcove's trauma-informed, relationship-based approach. These stories demonstrate how their methods have helped individual children regulate their emotions and behaviors, illustrating the profound impact of their work on the lives of those they serve. Tune in to learn more about how Vogel Alcove is making a difference in the lives of homeless children and families.

    • 56 min
    Building Hope: Vogel’s Journey with Homeless Families mp3

    Building Hope: Vogel’s Journey with Homeless Families mp3

    Vogel Alcove, a Dallas nonprofit, has supported around 18,000 homeless children and families over 37 years with early childhood education, health, and mental health services. In a podcast, Vogel's president Karen Hughes, Dr. Morgan Wilson, and Kim Holmes discuss their trauma-responsive approach, emphasizing basic needs, safety, and social-emotional development. Vogel's unique focus on relationship-building and early intervention aims to rewire children's brains during critical stages. Despite challenges, staff are supported by rapid response teams and reflective supervision.

    • 54 min
    • video
    Building Hope: Vogel’s Journey with Homeless Families

    Building Hope: Vogel’s Journey with Homeless Families

    Vogel Alcove, a Dallas nonprofit, has supported around 18,000 homeless children and families over 37 years with early childhood education, health, and mental health services. In a podcast, Vogel's president Karen Hughes, Dr. Morgan Wilson, and Kim Holmes discuss their trauma-responsive approach, emphasizing basic needs, safety, and social-emotional development. Vogel's unique focus on relationship-building and early intervention aims to rewire children's brains during critical stages. Despite challenges, staff are supported by rapid response teams and reflective supervision.

    • 54 min

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