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. This 20th anniversary video was developed in 2010.
Recommendations to assist Head Start, child care programs, and public libraries to partner and help meet the educational needs of young children and their families.
Strong Connections, Strong Kids Webinar Series: Head Start and Healthcare Collaboration at the State Level
This webinar is part of a series that will address the importance of strengthening collaboration between Head Start/Early Head Start programs and the healthcare system, particularly the medical home.
This webinar is part of the Strong Connections for Strong Kids series. It addresses the importance of strengthening collaboration between Head Start and Early Head Start programs and the healthcare system, particularly the medical home.
Inclusion depends on a team of family members and service providers who assume collective responsibility for coordinating services to young children with disabilities and their families. This makes teaming a vital part of the process. The sessions in this volume provide a comprehensive set of strategies and activities that support high-quality collaboration and teaming.
Adult Learning Principles
Supporting transitions can have positive effects on children and families, and collaboration is key to effective transition. Each brief in this series focuses on a different partnership level: the child and family, early educators, early care and education (ECE) programs, and ECE partners.
Resources Supporting Individualization for Children with Disabilities - Teaming and Collaboration