Hear from Office of Head Start leadership in a question and answer session about appropriate fiscal management during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) emergency.
Review guidance and flexibilities to help Head Start programs continue to operate successfully in the coronavirus environment. This section is regularly updated with the most relevant information and resources.
Dr. Bergeron and Sangeeta Parikshak, mental health lead at the Office of Head Start, discuss how to help children feel loved and safe during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
Listen as Office of Head Start leadership discuss how fiscal management has been impacted by the coronavirus disease 2019 emergency, as well as the use of available supplemental and relief funding.
Review responses to common grantee questions and concerns regarding income eligibility, staff pay and benefits, child care partnerships, new hire requirements, and program monitoring.
Dr. Bergeron discusses ways Head Start programs can partner with families during the coronavirus disease 2019 emergency. Learn to address immediate stressors and offer compassion, connection, and care.
Dr. Bergeron shares the unique and creative ways Head Start and Early Head Start staff are supporting the children and families in their programs during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
Head Start families need comprehensive support, as the COVID-19 pandemic may create many challenges. Explore these resources that are useful to all Head Start programs, whether providing services virtually or in person, as they develop programming to support families.
Explore these resources to help to help families connect with the technology necessary for virtual services, and to support staff in delivering virtual service models.
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