News and Discussions
The latest news and discussions on the topics of family health, parent education and child development.
Any Baby Can Goes to Europe!
Any Baby Can Goes to Europe! Category: News May 24, 2018 Any Baby Can Chief Programs Officer, Alexandra Alfau, took a short break from overseeing our programs to share her knowledge on early childhood intervention (ECI) with the Republic of Georgia! Georgia, a small country that borders Turkey Russia and Armenia, was a part of…
Recognizing Passion and Commitment to Service
Recognizing Passion and Commitment to Service Category: News May 7, 2018 Each year, Any Baby Can honors one of its staff members with the Ruth Wells Award. Ruth Wells is a Family Education Instructor who’s been with Any Baby Can for 34 years! In her name, this award allows Any Baby Can to recognize a…
CHIP Update: Texas gets $135 million in extension funding
CHIP Update: Texas gets $135 million in extension funding Category: News December 19, 2017 This Christmas, families who rely on the Children’s Health Insurance (CHIP) will not be getting notices warning them that their children will be losing healthcare. Thanks to a $135 million funding extension delivered to Texas via the federal Centers for Medicare…
This is What the Harvest Classic Rally is All About
This is What the Harvest Classic Rally is All About Category: News November 14, 2017 For 15 years Harvest Classic has been building a legacy of hope for families facing cancer in Central Texas. Created by Russell Duke and several close friends, Harvest Classic is a motorcycle rally held each fall in Luckenbach, TX benefitting…
What’s up with CHIP? How the Children’s Health Insurance Program Affects Texans
What’s up with CHIP? How the Children’s Health Insurance Program Affects Texans Category: News November 12, 2017 Lately, there has been a lot of confusion surrounding the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which provides low-cost health insurance to roughly 9 million children and hundreds of thousands of pregnant women who don’t qualify for Medicaid, but…
Our 2016 Ruth Wells Award Winner
Our 2016 Ruth Wells Award Winner Category: News December 12, 2016 For three years, we have gathered as an Any Baby Can team, and in many ways a family, to select one employee whose performance and dedication have been truly remarkable. Based on demonstrations of commitment to service, passion for their work and our clients,…
Celebrating Nurse-Family Partnership Graduation
Celebrating Nurse-Family Partnership Graduation Category: News October 21, 2016 Any Baby Can recently celebrated the graduation of 40 first-time mothers enrolled in the Nurse-Family Partnership program. Nurse-Family Partnership is a national program through which nurses are matched with expecting mothers bearing their first child. The program begins as early as possible during a woman’s pregnancy…
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Improving Mother-Baby Outcomes
When a mother is supported in pregnancy and throughout parenthood, the person who benefits the most is the child.
A Little Goes a Long Way in Supporting Children
A little goes a long way in allowing a family to focus on what children need to thrive.
A Legacy Lives on Through Giving
After facing the diagnosis of childhood cancer, the Duke family created a legacy through giving for their daughter Emma.
It Starts With Prevention
Any Baby Can is committed to using our expertise and our voice to advocate for the changes at the legislative level that ultimately benefit families.
Everyone has a Part to Play
The health and success of a child is influenced by a variety of factors, including the social support their parents receive.
Child, Family and Community
Anthony DeGraw from Integris and Any Baby Can’s Isabel Cobo discuss the connection between child, family and community.
Collaboration to Best Serve Families
In order to deliver on our mission and provide a well-rounded approach to a family’s needs, we work with community groups and develop partnerships with organizations
Commitment and Passion
Isabel Cobo wins the 2022 Ruth Wells Award, recognizing her commitment to early intervention for children in Central Texas.
Volunteering That Makes an Impact
Our volunteers are passionate about helping parents and children, and shared 1,700 hours of their time and talent with us this year.