Dr. Bergeron sends a love note to a remote Alaskan Head Start program in her latest vlog. She also shares some strategies to get programs on social media and reminds them of a resource already at their disposal.
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.
Building a Sincere Relationship (Home Visitor Clip 2)
Collaborating with other early childhood organizations that have training needs can build efficient partnerships. Head Start program staff will find this information helpful in learning how to develop relationships and how to achieve finding common ground in training ideas and practices. This resource also provides tips on how staff can identify stakeholders, build trust, and achieve stated program outcomes.
To truly collaborate with families, you must speak so that they can hear you. The following tips can help to ensure that your relationship is a collaborative one.
Explore how to build partnerships that ensure high-quality inclusion for children with disabilities. Discover resources and strategies for communicating and collaborating with families and other adults.
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.
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).