Explore ways to provide effective health education. Learn how to identify key information, deliver it so others can understand, and ensure it matches the culture and language of a family.
Explore how leaders can better manage health services when they understand how health impacts school readiness. Reflect on leaders’ own role in health services and find ways to promote program health practices.
Program leaders and staff who understand the general principles of health and wellness practices provide effective health services. Explore ways programs promote the health of children, families, and staff.
Health services staff support families by offering current, accurate, and consistent health information. Identify ways to find and use health information to share with families and inform policies and procedures.
Personal attributes, socio-economic status, and environment contribute to our health and wellness. Learn how to help children and families identify and use their own strengths to improve their health.
This activity shows how child care health consultants can provide meaningful discussions around health and safety, and strengthen partnerships.
Explore best practices for how child care health consultants can maintain collaborative partnerships with early care and education programs.
This activity outlines a five-step process child care health consultants can use to resolve a health or safety concern in a program setting.
Learn how to build a collaborative relationship between a child care health consultant and an early care and education provider with this activity.