Listen to Brenda Jones Harden facilitating this conversation about the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF) and how it relates to the work that home visitors do with parents, families, and their children.
Find out what makes home visitors most effective in delivering Head Start home-based services. Learn the key skills that can help to promote success for families enrolled in the program. Explore tools and strategies to assess and improve the skills you already have, and learn about those you can develop.
This webinar outlines "secondary traumatic stress," or STS. Find out how it affects home visitors and how to prevent and reduce STS.
When your program is selecting a home-based curriculum, use this checklist to guide the decision-making process.
Research-based curricula for the home-based program option is founded on solid research around parenting concepts, skills, and practices that promote healthy child development. Use this checklist to evaluate your home-based curriculum.
This report documents the themes that emerged from the focus groups regarding supervision and training of home visitors. The report is presented in two parts; the first part addresses the needs of supervisors and the second addresses the needs of home visitors.
This webinar series focuses on home visiting practices. Learn how to select and implement appropriate home-based curricula to establish and maintain relationships with families.
A video for the Head Start Program Performance Standards 2017.
Explore these resources to learn more about the HSPPS related to the home-based program option.
Whatever the age of your child, helping him or her learn and grow is a big job. It is an exciting job. It is a hard job. Every mother and father, every family, can use some support. You can get this support from your Head Start home-based program and your home visitor.