Please join us for this webcast on Thursday, July 11, 2013 from 2 – 3:30 p.m. EDT. It will highlight successful collaborations between child welfare programs and EHS and other early childhood and early care programs. Learn how these partnerships create solid foundations for school readiness in very young children.
Use this resource to learn more about the unique characteristics of infants and toddlers that should be considered when developing your program's school readiness goals. This resource supports Step One of the School Readiness Action Steps as outlined by OHS.
Home visitors work with families in their homes to get to know them and celebrate them, to nurture parent-child relationships, offer families information, support, and connections to community resources—and really make a difference! This podcast features families sharing how home visiting has impacted them.
This issue of the e-newsletter discusses the importance of relationships and how they support infants' and toddlers' emerging social and emotional development. Explore what this development looks like and how adults can support it.
Infants and toddlers develop math concepts and skills through routines and caring interactions with trusted adults. Learn how adults can be more intentional in their support of young children's math learning and school readiness.
Early Head Start staff are in a unique position to provide continued support to families after pregnancy loss. This tip sheet discusses planning and programming considerations at a time when Early Head Start services may be crucial.
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Last Reviewed: June 2012
Last Updated: November 22, 2013