Discover a range of resources online. Learn how to use these resources for professional development and training with Head Start education, disability services, and mental health staff.
“Research on the Go” is a podcast that summarizes the latest research and discusses implications and practical applications. This episode focuses on supporting young children with disabilities or suspected delays.
Children with disabilities or suspected delays are children first. All children need individualized interactions and environments, along with a program culture that supports their natural differences.
The Disability Services Coordinator Orientation Guide will help programs strengthen coordinated approaches for children with disabilities and their families through the provision of quality services and support.
Practices to Support Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities or Suspected Delays Through Embedded Learning Opportunities
Explore recent research on the effectiveness of using embedded learning. Learn how this strategy can help to support all infants and toddlers, including those with disabilities or suspected delays.
Use Practice-Based Coaching (PBC) practices to ensure the full and effective participation of children with disabilities or suspected delays. Learn how coaches can support specific inclusive practices in their work.
In these webinars, explore inclusion, assessment, screening, and services for children with disabilities or suspected delays. Learn evidence-best practices that support individualization and partnering with parents.
In this webinar series, learn more about strategies that teachers can use every day in their classrooms or on home visits.
View this webinar series to learn about the issues that are unique to the Head Start community. Find information about the requirements in the Head Start Act and the Head Start Program Performance Standards.