This webinar explores ways CCHCs can apply principles of health equity and cultural competence to address health disparities and foster linkages to community resources.
This webinar explores strategies and resources CCHCs and program leadership can use to review and develop health policies and procedures.
Learn why it is important to create a positive eating environment. Find out how doing so supports mealtime behavior and picky eaters. It can also support children who experience food insecurity.
Discover the link between positive health outcomes for children and early care and education providers’ cultural competence with this activity.
Watch this webinar that suggests ways to overcome barriers of time, distance, and cost using virtual meeting technology.
Health Services Advisory Committees (HSAC) help programs make decisions about health services. Use this kit to help plan, recruit, engage, and evaluate the work of the HSAC.
These tools, for new and experienced staff, address science-informed practices for early childhood health staff. Each is indicative of an attitude, knowledge, or skill. Use this for professional development.
Health Services Advisory Committees (HSACs) help programs to make decisions about health services. Learn how to plan, execute, and evaluate your HSAC.
Learn about the medical home and why it's important to connect families so their child can receive continuous, accessible medical care.
For over fifty years, Head Start* has had a commitment to health and wellness. Promotion and prevention activities are central to the program’s requirement to provide comprehensive services to support children’s healthy growth and development. Today, a growing body of research demonstrates that healthy growth and development are critical for school readiness and later learning. Recent studies suggest that high-quality early childhood health and nutrition services provide the foundation for lifelong wellness.