View this video to learn more about the Head Start State Collaboration Office (HSSCO). Explore HSCCO’s history, goals and objectives, and learn the critical role it plays.
Explore this list that identifies the lead agency for Part C services in each state and territory. Disabilities coordinators, Technical Assistance Providers, parents of children with disabilities, and Early Head Start partners will be able to determine which agency to contact regarding infant and toddlers with disabilities.
Building on Sessions 5 and 6 in Volume 2 (Building Relationships with Families), this session shows how collaborative relationships can promote family leadership.
Building on Volume 3, Session 4, Building Effective Teams, this session explores the elements of effective teaming through the movie, Sister Act, starring Whoopi Goldberg (available to purchase in stores or online).
This session emphasizes the importance of building relationships with families in developing family-service provider collaboration. The video, Embrace Possibilities, is viewed to observe specific examples of what that family-service provider collaboration can look like and what families view as important in building those collaborative relationships so that they can be informed decision-makers for their child and themselves.
This session is designed to help participants consider issues that arise when including infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families in early care and education programs and to practice the "Cause to Pause" activity for identifying issues in inclusive settings.
This session builds on earlier sessions and focuses on identifying community resources and building relationships among programs in communities.
This session covers information that is important to families and service providers when a disability is first identified. The video, Embrace Possibilities, shares information from the perspectives of families, early care and education, and early intervention service providers on how to identify a possible delay in development or a disability in an infant or toddler.
This session focuses on the specialized activities and accommodations that can, during normal routines, be provided in inclusive settings to serve an infant or toddler with a significant disability. The session's approach is based on the belief that all staff members share the responsibility of ensuring that each child's specialized needs are met in a way that supports the child's development while nurturing relationships with the child and family.
This session builds on earlier sessions in Volume 3 (Collaboration and Teaming) of the SpecialQuest Multimedia Training Library and focuses on a framework, guide, and strategies for enhancing team functioning.