We envision a world where anyone - regardless of role, location, or resources – working to create equitable early childhood experiences for their community can access the connections and expertise they need to fuel early childhood systems building.
Check out our community member, Kresta Horn, an Arizona-based child care center director who opens up to share strategies for supporting her staff during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as her hopes for renewed investment and cross-sector collaboration for early childhood as an outcome of the pandemic.
Home visiting programs play a huge role in mitigating trauma’s impact. During COVID-19, home visitors are playing a critical role in ensuring children and families continue to be reached. Check out this post to learn more about trauma-informed practices in the field and implications for practice.
We are excited to share a fantastic resource developed by Dr. Shu-Chen Jenny Yen to aid caregivers in supporting children to cope with the complex and emotional challenges brought on by COVID-19. "Something Strange Happened in My City" is available in multiple languages and provides a window into developmentally appropriate framing of how to talk to children about pandemic.