Training and Technical Assistance Providers

Many professionals are key to supporting children’s access to high-quality care from birth through school age. They provide this support through technical assistance and training, administration, consumer education, health and mental health services, and other activities. The following resources are designed to support these professionals.

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This resource was presented as part of the impact sessions at STAM 2018.

After a disaster or crisis, children benefit when adults assure them that they are safe and help them learn how to cope effectively. Use this tip sheet to find out what families and staff can do to help a child after a disaster or crisis.

Landslides or mudslides occur when mud, rocks, or debris move quickly down a slope. Use this tip sheet to learn about how to gauge risk, know what to do, and practice plans. Also, find out who to contact to help ensure your plan is effective.

This document highlights ten techniques that can help advance early education partnership negotiations/agreements and produce desired results—enhanced and more flexible full-day, full-year services for families. 

Partnerships are not simple or easy, however, when basic strategies are developed and followed the process has a stable foundation to keep it on track. Included in this document are strategies for consideration that partners can address as they work together.

This document provides an overarching framework that can help partners determine potential strategies to sustain their work together over time.

This document provides a list of specifics that partners might include in a written agreement, although not every item needs be addressed. Agreements vary, reflecting the uniqueness of the partnership.

This document highlights the stages of partnership from the early stages of coming together as strangers to the higher level of commitment.

The Questions for State-Level Leaders to Consider is a tool designed to help state leaders assess policies and practices that can serve to build a system that will advance the quality of infant and toddler early education services in their State.

Infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and young children who experience a tragic event may show changes in their behaviors. They also may be indirectly affected by a crisis through what they hear or see on TV.