Explore this observation tool for home visiting staff. Learn how to look for responsive feeding environments and parent and child behaviors that promote responsive feeding in the home.
Enhancing Participant-Centered Services Between the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) and Head Start Programs
Explore this tip sheet to learn about 10 ways to create state and local program partnerships between Head Start and local Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) programs.
Learn how eligible families can better benefit from nutrition and health services when local programs and agencies work together.
Three short webinars on responsive feeding and how home visitors can help families make the most of mealtimes.
Home Visitors can explore this resource to learn how to make responsive feeding a part of families' mealtime routine.
In this fact sheet, find easy tips families may use to help their children learn about nutrition and healthy eating behaviors starting in infancy.
While making milk is natural, breastfeeding is a skill that mothers and babies learn. It is helpful for parents to know that it is not always easy, but that help is available. Mothers often benefit from knowing techniques and strategies such as how to position the baby, signs of a good latch, infant feeding patterns, etc. As women learn to breastfeed their babies, they often have many questions and concerns. They need individualized support.
Review this collection of resources and learn how to promote healthy active living among staff and families.
I Am Moving, I Am Learning (IMIL) is a proactive approach for addressing childhood obesity in Head Start children. Training participants provided these testimonials after attending the IMIL trainings in 2017–2020.
The Head Start Program Performance Standards require breastfeeding education for expectant families and accommodations for breastfeeding children. Breastfeeding provides a true head start for the children that Head Start programs serve.