Watch this webinar to learn more about tools and resources that can help families build their savings.
In this fact sheet, find tips that can help families understand and use health information they receive from their doctors and other sources.
Safety, health, and financial stability are key to family well-being. Explore ways program staff can promote and support family well-being.
This webinar focuses on strengthening Head Start and Early Head Start programs’ efforts around partnering with families to strengthen financial capability. National experts review the research and programs share their experiences working with families to address financial security.
Watch this webinar that provides an overview of this topic, introduces goals and objectives related to this work, and reviews key messages. Hear from national experts about the research. Head Start and Early Head Start programs share their successes and challenges in the field working with families.
Developing the Tell Me A Story Materials has provided us with many experiences to learn from. The following is an effort to share some of the lessons we have learned from working with early childhood professionals trying to effect positive change in creating a more expressive environment in their classrooms and programs.
Family well-being occurs when all family members are safe, healthy, and have chances for educational advancement and economic mobility. Support services such as early care and education, housing and food assistance, and physical and mental health care positively contribute to the well-being of families and their children. When families face challenges that cause stress, including poverty and homelessness, their health and wellness can be negatively impacted.
How to Use the Head Start Smoking Survey
Use this tip sheet to identify the signs of depression. It can be shared with parents so that they learn how to take care of themselves and seek help when necessary.
Health is the foundation for school readiness. This is why Head Start programs help enrolled children access preventive screenings, health care, and health insurance coverage.