Learn how early educators and families can support the social and emotional well-being of young children and their families.
In these resources, learn ways to help Head Start program staff and families understand and respond positively to challenging behaviors.
Children exposed to trauma can exhibit challenging behaviors. These resources can help Head Start program staff and families understand and respond positively to these behaviors.
Learn how stress and trauma in early childhood can impact children and families. Discover strategies to promote resilience.
Helping young children learn to manage their emotions and behavior requires training and support. Learn how to help staff understand and address children's behaviors and create supportive learning environments.
This tip sheet provides guidance for developing an Individual Support Plan (ISP) for children who may need more intensive help with their emotions and behavior. Explore relevant regulations and resources.
In this tip sheet, find strategies to support children's healthy social and emotional development and prevent or reduce behaviors that could negatively affect their development. Explore relevant standards and resources.
Explore ways early childhood staff can partner with families to understand and respond to children's behavior as communication. Find strategies for working with families of children ages birth to 5.
Children communicate so much through their behavior. Teachers and caregivers will find this article useful in identifying strategies for working with dual language learners exhibiting challenging behaviors.
Learn about the role of mental health consultation in early child care and education. Find resources for effective strategies to help design, develop, or sustain your mental health consultation services and system.