The interactive module highlights the role of the IECMHC. It is divided into lessons with realistic scenarios and short video clips. Review the resource areas designed to provide extensive support around IECMHC.
Data in Head Start and Early Head Start: Creating a Culture that Embraces Data
Self-Assessment: Your Annual Journey - Overview
The Strategies to Support and Encourage Healthy Active Living course is an online, interactive self-study course for Head Start and Early Head Start staff. It is focused on healthy, active living for children and families. Practice building skills to effectively communicate and engage with families around creating and maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle.
Take this virtual tour of the Healthy Active Living Resources, the Growing Healthy Flipchart and 5, 2, 1, 0 Worksheet. These educational tools were designed to support and engage Head Start staff as they partner with families in healthy eating and active living. The short video provides guidance on how to effectively use these resources to educate staff and families.
Explore this interactive training module to learn specific skills aligned to the Health Manager role and competencies. Find resources to determine if there are children with a need that are being untreated
The I Am Moving, I Am Learning (IMIL) tool is filled with quick and easy ideas for integrating movement, nutrition, and healthy habits into everyday life. It is available in two formats: one for staff that visit families in the home and parents, and one for classroom teachers and other caregivers.
This is the session 1 of the three-part Non-Federal Share Match resource on the Management Matters. It covers the purpose of non-federal match, regulations that guide non-federal share costs, and allowable costs.
This is the session 2 of the three-part Non-Federal Share Match resource on the Management Matters. Learn about how to value donated goods and services, how to document non-federal share match, and how to monitor non-federal match budget.
This is the session 3 of the three-part Non-Federal Share Match resource on the Management Matters. Learn about incorporating planning for non-federal share match into all program planning activities, and disallowances and waivers.