The Child Care Health Consultation Webinar Series offers child care health consultants (CCHCs) and others who work in early care and education (ECE) settings a chance to learn new skills and refresh their knowledge on key health and safety topics. New webinars are broadcast quarterly.
CCHCs support early childhood programs in many ways, including with policy development and implementation. In this webinar, explore strategies and resources CCHCs and program leadership can use to review and develop health policies and procedures.
Physical, mental, and oral health screenings support children in their learning. CCHCs can play a role in educating and connecting families and staff to health, behavioral health, and oral health services in the community.
This webinar explores how CCHCs can collaborate with directors and teachers to create healthy and safe learning environments.
This webinar recording explores how CCHCs can address the impact of COVID-19 on children with chronic health conditions, using asthma as a case study.
CCHCs can play an important role in helping staff ensure indoor and outdoor environments are safe for children’s exploration. Discover ways to balance learning opportunities with injury prevention strategies.
Learn about the Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Performance Standards and how they support the work of a CCHC.
Enhancing eating environments is key to helping children develop healthy eating habits. Learn strategies and resources to help programs build a healthier, positive eating environment.
Watch this webinar to learn what to look for and what to do about health and safety findings when observing in early care and education programs.
Explore resources that child care health consultants can use to help staff and families learn about the importance of on-time vaccination and developmental screening.
Learn how child care health consultants can help early care and education programs apply strategies and use resources to promote children’s oral health.
View this webinar to find tips for helping early care and education programs plan for and maintain safe playgrounds.
Hear Dr. Bob Sege, a national expert on Abusive Head Trauma (AHT), discuss how CCHCs can share strategies to support infant caregivers and families and keep children safe.
Dr. Rachel Moon, national pediatric expert and researcher on safe sleep, explores how CCHCs can strengthen programs’ policies to reflect current research and updated recommendations on safe sleep environments.
Resource Type: Article
National Centers: Health, Behavioral Health, and Safety
Audience: Health Professionals
Last Updated: April 29, 2022