Virtual Partners for a Healthy Baby Workshop for Home Visitors
Learn how to support your families and achieve program goals using the research-based Partners for a Healthy Baby curriculum. In this training participants will learn how to plan effective home visits; promote healthy birth outcomes; support parenting skills that promote optimal bonding, attachment, and responsive caregiving; teach parents ways to facilitate their child's development; detect early signs of health or developmental problems, and more easily address topics that may be difficult to discuss.
Virtual Partners for a Healthy Baby Workshop for Supervisors
This full-day interactive workshop for supervisors and coaches reviews the process for using the Partners for a Healthy Baby curriculum to fidelity as well as how to use the Partners Fidelity Tool to monitor and coach home visitors. Training participants will also learn about the three supervisory roles of administrative management, professional development coach, and reflective supervisor; the concept of parallel process; and how to integrate principles of parallel process into their work.
Virtual Partners for a Healthy Baby & the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework Training
Head Start ELOF
This three-hour interactive workshop is designed to connect the dots between the Partners for a Healthy Baby curriculum and the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF) for Early Head Start home-based staff. In this training, participants will explore Office of Head Start and Partners ELOF-related resources, and learn how the Partners curriculum aligns with the ELOF and how it can be used to support families in the home-based option.
Virtual Using the Partners "Let's Explore!" Developmental Activities Training
Learn how to use the Partners "Let's Explore!" Developmental Activities curriculum supplement to plan and share engaging, individualized parent-child activities with families. This three-hour interactive workshop addresses some of the difficulties home visitors face when engaging parents in interactive learning activities, introduces the various components of the "Let's Explore!" activities, and guides participants through using them on home visits and in group settings.