[R-0490] S7: Family and Community

Citation: University of California San Francisco, California Childcare Health Program. (2017). Website. Retrieved from: http://cchp.ucsf.edu/ [or enter University of California San Francisco, California Childcare Health Program” in your search window].

Abstract: The California Childcare Health Program website offers information through a variety of resources you may download free or order for a small charge. The purpose of this information is to help professionals and families achieve healthy and safe practices in child care settings and create the best possible environments in which children can learn and grow. Available on this website are training curricula designed for the professional development of early care and education professionals. Each curriculum stands on its own and has its own educational objectives and handouts.

Integration: The content and skills presented in this website fit well in Child Development; Infants, Toddlers and Twos; Child, Family and Community; Child Guidance; Health, Safety and Nutrition; and Social and Emotional Development.

Content Focus: Administrators; Asthma Information; Child Development; Child and Human Development; Child, Family and Community; Child Guidance; Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants; Health Advocates; Health, Safety and Nutrition; Infants, Toddlers and Twos; Infectious Disease Prevention; Injury Prevention; Lead Poisoning Prevention; Mental Health; Oral Health; Poisoning Prevention; Professional Development; Social and Emotional Development; Social and Emotional Health; Teaching Tools; Training

Notes: Have learners in small groups investigate and report on one topic covered in Instructor’s Guide to a Curriculum for Child Care Health Advocates on the Training Curricula website page.