The Healthy Home Visiting learning suites offer home visitors a chance to learn new skills and refresh their knowledge on key home visiting topics.
Explore free mobile tools for home visitors from the Office of Head Start, including ELOF@HOME and Text4HomeVisitors. Discover effective practices and get text messages focusing on home-based topics and resources.
Use this tip sheet to learn ways to set up appropriate group socialization environments for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families.
In this tip sheet, learn how to help parents use their home as their child’s learning environment. Explore ways to choose materials found in the home to support children’s development and learning.
In this tip sheet, find strategies for providing services to children and families, including families with more than one enrolled child.
Explore this tip sheet to find information and strategies for offering field trips as part of group socialization experiences.
Explore this tip sheet to learn strategies to consider for including grandparents in home visits and socializations.
Use these tip sheets to find ways to support grantee planning. Explore what to consider when implementing systems, policies, and practices around topics from developmental screening to home-based programs and more.
Children’s learning begins at home. Parents and family members can create nurturing, responsive, and engaging spaces for young learners. Find out how to help families support their child’s learning at home.
Explore three learning suites to refresh your skills and prepare for home visiting with infants, toddlers, and their families.