Use this resource to learn how to serve and support families experiencing domestic violence where child maltreatment may also be a concern. Review how to file a child abuse report safely, if necessary.
Office of Head Start & Public Schools Collaboration Demonstration Project: Summary and Practice Implications
This report summarizes the work of the OHS & Public Schools Collaboration Demonstration Project to improve the transition of children and families into the public schools.
Children with disabilities or suspected delays are children first. All children need individualized interactions and environments, along with a program culture that supports their natural differences.
It is important that your child get regular oral health care. Before going to a dental office, talk with the dental team about changes they have made to lower the risk of spreading the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to patients and parent.
Coronavirus Disease and Oral Health: Information for Parents About Promoting Good Oral Health at Home
It's important for parents to serve healthy foods and drinks and promote good oral hygiene habits during the COVID-19 pandemic and always. Here are tips for some simple things to do at home.
Check out these examples of digital tools for parents and for older toddlers and preschoolers to use for distance learning.
Families can modify this sample daily schedule for children 2-4 years old for use at home.
Families can modify this sample daily schedule for children under 12 months old for use at home
Families can modify this sample daily schedule for children 12-18 months old for use at home.
This tip sheet for education staff offers ideas for planning effective virtual learning experiences for children.