Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships must find ways to support family well-being. Explore how programs can communicate the benefits and critical role parents play in the lives of their children.
Maintaining child care partners is an important part of being an Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grantee. Explore the ways one grantee is building long-lasting partnerships.
Family time is important to a child’s learning and development. Explore how Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grantees are using innovative ways to engage busy 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.
Partnership agreements guide grantees and child care partners in all areas of the relationship. Learn how one grantee develops these vital documents.
Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships depend on multiple funding sources. The layering of funds can be difficult. Learn how one grantee aids low-income families obtain child care subsidies.
Money management can be a challenge in any business. Learn how the relationship between grantee staff and child care partners can foster better fiscal management for child care programs.
Ongoing monitoring is critical to successful Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships. Learn how one grantee developed tools and a collaborative process to build a strong ongoing monitoring program.
Obtaining a child development associate (CDA) credential can be difficult. Learn how one grantee uses innovative strategies to help child care partner staff members obtain their required credentialing.
It can be a challenge to find the time for professional development in a child care program. Learn how one grantee uses innovative practices to offer learning opportunities for child care partner staff.