Head Start and other early childhood programs that focus on health literacy can improve the well-being of children, families, and staff. This resource can help early childhood programs become health literate organizations.
These resources guide staff in supporting parents and families as they learn about their child’s unique personality, developmental path, and learning style. They also address the learning that parents and families engage in to support their own goals. In the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework, Families as Learners is one of the seven family outcomes that impact child outcomes.
This video gives Head Start program staff tangible ways to discover families’ strengths, career interests, and ways to leverage families’ skills as they explore career options.
Families' employment and career goals may change during emergencies. Learn how to partner with families to identify their immediate and long-term goals and access key resources.
Families' education and training goals may change during emergencies. Learn how to partner with families to identify their immediate and long-term goals and access key resources.
Your education and training goals may change during emergencies. Learn how program staff can partner with you to identify immediate and long-term goals and access helpful resources.
In this webinar, learn about the free tools and resources Head Start and Early Head Start programs can share with families to help them work toward their employment, education, career, and financial goals.
Learn how Head Start and Early Head Start programs can play a role in connecting families with apprenticeship programs in their area and help them earn a pay while working on a credential.
In this webinar, learn how Head Start and Early Head Start programs can help student parents find higher education programs in their area.
Watch this webinar series to learn ways to partner with parents and families to help their children develop language and literacy skills.
These fact sheets provide important information to families about a variety of health topics. Families can discover useful strategies to support and improve the health and wellness of their children.