Explore this simulation to practice relationship-building between a Head Start coordinator and a special education team leader from a receiving public school.
In this simulation we’ll focus specifically on a child’s speech and language delay, but you can use these strategies no matter what the concern might be.
Learn about these five strategies to partner with families going through a challenging situation.
The goals of the Head Start training are to develop skills and practices for developing strong relationships with families in order to help families identify and set goals.
A strong relationship between families and Head Start staff is essential to promoting healthy child development and positive learning outcomes. Strong relationships are rooted in trust and comfort, which you can build by being genuine, sincere, curious about them and their goals, and supporting them as they work toward those goals.