Learn how to establish resilient facilities and implement emergency response systems that ensure programs are ready to assess, prepare, respond to, and recover from natural disasters.
Explore this four-module course for knowledge and strategies you can use to effectively provide family services, available through the Individualized Professional Development Portfolio.
Learn about the importance of using community, program, and child health data to make improvements and develop approaches that ensure every family receives the health care they need.
Learn how to identify and partner with the local providers and agencies who can assist in strengthening Head Start health services. Such partnerships can help programs meet the diverse needs of families.
Cost allocation is the process of assigning the shared cost of an item or service to two or more programs, and it's a key element of fiscal management systems.
Learn how to use data to identify trends, set priorities, and tell your program's story with Digging into Data's interactive, real-world scenarios.
In this module, explore how to create an environment that enhances staff physical and mental health. Learn how ensuring staff wellness can reduce stress or depression, unhealthy weight, and infectious diseases.
Explore this simulation to practice relationship-building between a Head Start coordinator and a special education team leader from a receiving public school.
Explore ways to provide effective health education. Learn how to identify key information, deliver it so others can understand, and ensure it matches the culture and language of a family.
Program leaders and staff who understand the general principles of health and wellness practices provide effective health services. Explore ways programs promote the health of children, families, and staff.