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Early Head Start Live Webcast Series

 

Building Blocks The Essentials of Early Head Start

 

Part I: Understanding the Unique Needs of Infants and Toddlers

Part II: Daily Routines: Fostering Healthy Development through Feeding

Part III: Supportive Relationships: Meeting the Diverse Needs of Families

Click Here to View On-Demand Webcasts

 

Viewing the On-Demand Webcasts

  1. Use the Click Here to View Webcasts link above.
  2. Fill out the Webcast registration page. Select which Webcast you wish to view.
  3. Submit your registration and wait for the Webcast to start. Use the email and phone number provided on the very bottom of the webcast portal screen for any technical support.

 

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Audience:

●Regional Program Managers and Staff ●Early Head Start Liaisons ●TA Managers and Staff ● Early Head Start Program Staff ● Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Program Staff

On behalf of the Office of Head Start (OHS), the Early Head Start National Resource Center (EHS NRC) @ ZERO TO THREE is excited to present a three-part series on the "Essentials of Early Head Start."

This series takes a closer look at some of the fundamental principles of caring for infants and toddlers and illustrates how those principles look in practice. The format includes lively group discussion, video clips, interactive exercises for participants, a live Q&A session, and more.

 

 


Important Technical Information

To view the live Webcast, you need a computer with a broadband Internet connection and the following programs:

1. Internet Explorer 6 or greater

2. Windows Media Player 9 or greater

Select here to download a free copy of Windows Media Player.

Select here to download a free copy of Internet Explorer.

 


Early Head Start National Resource Center @ ZERO TO THREE
2000 M. Street, NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
202-638-1144 Fax 202-638-0851

This Web site was developed for the Office of Head Start by ZERO TO THREE: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families, under contract No. HHSP23320042900YC from the Administration on Children, Youth and Families; Administration for Children and Families; U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, to operate the Early Head Start National Resource Center.

Office of Head Start / Administration for Children and Families / U. S. Department of Health and Human Services