Learn about three elements that bridge continuity of care in Early Head Start programs. Review strategies that build on continuity of care and support children and families through early transitions.
Learn more about continuity of care. Find out how it can support young children’s development. Explore why using it in your program can help build better relationships between children, families, and their teachers.
Center-based programs can use these resources to support decisions about implementing continuity of care and choosing the best type for their program.
This guide presents the benefits of and strategies in offering mixed-age groupings. Explore this resource to learn how to support continuity of care for young children and families.
Continuity of care is important to all infants and toddlers. Learn how Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships help child care programs provide consistent caregivers to infants and toddlers with special needs.
Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA) policies and procedures help Head Start and Early Head Start programs provide services for families most in need of them. Explore how to address specific challenges, such as family homelessness, that can interfere with consistent service access.
This tip sheet outlines how continuity of care is key to the healthy development of young children birth to 3. It also lists three types of continuity of care systems.
In this video, learn how comprehensive services, state and federal regulations, continuity of care, and professional development are all key components of quality infant toddler programs.