Start-Up Tips for Working with EHS Grantees
The Early Head Start (EHS) Start-Up Planner Project (2010-2011) developed a series of resources to aid in the start-up process of newly-funded EHS programs. Originally designed for Start-Up Planner Consultants, Start-Up Tips for Working with EHS Grantees, is a resource for Early Head Start directors and program administrators. It explores four relevant topics and includes related Head Start Program Performance Standards, Policy Clarifications, strategies, and other resources.
Pregnant Women and Expectant Families» [PDF, 565 KB]
Locate information to support programs providing services to pregnant women and expectant families.
Building Collaborations to Serve Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and Their Families» [PDF, 563 KB]
Identify strategies to build partnerships between programs in order to better serve infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
Implementing, Supporting, and Sustaining Program Options» [PDF, 566 KB]
Discover tips to support and sustain quality services through each of the program options during start-up and beyond.
Engaging and Collaborating with the Health Services Advisory Committee» [PDF, 585 KB]
Explore resources that may be used to help programs create and maintain their Health Services Advisory Committee.
Start-Up Tips for Working with EHS Grantees. HHS/ACF/OHS. English. 2011.
Last Reviewed: November 2014
Last Updated: September 2, 2015