These interactive learning activities will help child care health consultants learn to effectively share their expertise with programs. Explore six realistic scenarios to build and enhance consultation skills.
Review the requirements for determining whether the partner of a Head Start grantee is a contractor or subrecipient.
Child care health consultants can help early care and education programs find ways to address dental care in young children. Learn how to apply strategies and use resources to promote children’s oral health.
Child care health consultants can help families and staff understand the effects of oral health on children’s overall health and development.
This activity shows how child care health consultants can provide meaningful discussions around health and safety, and strengthen partnerships.
Explore best practices for how child care health consultants can maintain collaborative partnerships with early care and education programs.
This activity outlines a five-step process child care health consultants can use to resolve a health or safety concern in a program setting.
Learn how to build a collaborative relationship between a child care health consultant and an early care and education provider with this activity.
Infant caregivers can experience high levels of stress in their work. Persistent infant crying, for example, may lead caregivers to shake young infants. This can result in head trauma that can damage a baby's brain. Learn ways to help infant caregivers and families recognize the signs and symptoms of head trauma, manage stress, and prevent abuse.
Read information about the directory of implementation planners and fiscal consultants. All implementation planners and fiscal consultants in the directory were trained by OHS and OCC in conjunction with the Partnership Center.