This video highlights the Head Start strengths-based approach that recognizes families as their children’s first teachers and honors cultural perspectives when building relationships with families.
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Watch this webinar to learn about submitting performance progress reports associated with COVID-19 funding and to hear ideas for using COVID-19 funds to serve children and families in creative and innovative ways.
This webinar explores how Head Start services can intentionally function as a health equity intervention that contributes to closing racial disparities in health outcomes for birthing parents.
Learn how programs can work with children and families remotely to promote learning and plan for transitions.
To support Early Head Start programs in providing and documenting services for expectant families, the Office of Head Start issued ACF-IM-HS-22-02. Watch this webinar for a review of the guidance.
Explore what current research says about strategies to individualize instruction for children who are dual language learners (DLLs) who also have a disability.
Join a discussion on the importance of cognitive self-regulation skills — often referred to as executive functioning — for infants and toddlers and learn ways to support their development.
Watch this webinar to hear OHS leadership discuss the addition of receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Benefits to the Head Start eligibility criteria.
CCHCs support early childhood programs in many ways, including with policy development and implementation. This webinar explores strategies and resources CCHCs and program leadership can use to review and develop health policies and procedures.
This video shares infection control strategies for creating a healthy environment for children and staff. It also includes an overview of the iPD course, Preventing Infectious Diseases in Early Childhood Programs.