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  • Component 3: Health Promotion | Headstart
    Ideas and Community Examples Click on the document names below to retrieve a PDF file Most files are small and will load quickly Only file sizes bigger than 200 KB are indicated It should take less than a minute to download a file of 200 KB by telephone connection and will be much faster if you have a high speed internet connection Link to car seat safety resource for children

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/component-3-health-promotion (2016-02-10)
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  • Component 4: Nutrition | Headstart
    information nutrition awareness diabetes food safe food budgeting healthy meal planning healthy shopping etc Implementation Ideas and Examples Click on the document names below to retrieve a PDF file Most files are small and will load quickly Only file sizes bigger than 200 KB are indicated It should take less than a minute to download a file of 200 KB by telephone connection and will be much faster if you have a high speed internet connection Healthy Food Guidelines For First Nations Communities First Nations Health Authority http www fnhc ca pdf Healthy Food Guidelines for First Nations Communities pdf Bake Better Bites BC Healthy Living Alliance http www bchealthyliving ca sites all files BakeBetterBites pdf Tips and Recipes for Quantity Cooking Nourishing Minds and Bodies Healthy Eating at School http healthyeatingatschool ca uploads Tips LoRes Jul309 pdf Dietitians of Canada EaTracker http www eatracker ca AllRecipes allrecipes com Documents Banana Dogs Sunny Milk 126 26 KB Common Bowl 49 62 KB Food Gift Certificates 67 32 KB Growing Foods 55 77 KB Healthy Food Bags 230 07 KB Healthy Snack Basket 55 95 KB Kid Friendly Iron Rich Foods 95 44 KB Make A Salad Bar 109 4 KB

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/component-4-nutrition (2016-02-10)
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  • Component 5: Parent & Family Involvement | Headstart
    advisory group Welcome involvement from extended family Offer parenting and personal development workshops for parents Communicate with newsletters bulletin boards notes in lending bags back and forth books etc Provide outreach services Implementation Ideas and Examples Click on the document names below to retrieve a PDF file Most files are small and will load quickly Only file sizes bigger than 200 KB are indicated It should take less than a minute to download a file of 200 KB by telephone connection and will be much faster if you have a high speed internet connection Documents Baby Welcoming Ceremony 51 55 KB Beating the Winter Attendance Blues 58 2 KB Bucks for Babies 281 05 KB Celebrating Dads 792 57 KB Communication Books 54 89 KB Creating a Space for Parents 142 67 KB Family Day 52 4 KB Family Photos 57 97 KB Family Tree and Preschool Family Train 59 74 KB Getting Dads Involved 54 41 KB Indigenous Fathers Project 168 82 KB One Hundred Percent Parental Involvement 58 55 KB Orientation Session 49 18 KB PACs and Involving Parents 66 78 KB PACs Questions for Staff 54 63 KB Parent and Community Supper 56 45 KB Parent and

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/component-5-parent-family-involvement (2016-02-10)
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  • Component 6: Social Support | Headstart
    band operated programs Have pamphlets and bulletin boards with information on local programs and services Provide referrals and community resource information to families as needed Provide family needs assessments in conjunction with other service providers Participate in case management meetings with other service providers Collaborate with other agencies to initiate services for parents where a need is identified HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS CONTACT

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/component-6-social-support (2016-02-10)
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  • Mission and Mandate | Headstart
    primary goal of this initiative is to demonstrate that locally controlled and designed early intervention strategies can provide First Nations children with a positive sense of themselves a desire for learning and opportunities to develop fully and successfully Guiding Principles Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve will Support the spiritual emotional intellectual and physical growth of each First Nations child Support and encourage each First Nations child to enjoy life long learning Support parents and guardians as the primary teachers and caregivers of their children Encourage parents to play a major part in planning developing and evaluating the project Recognize and support the role of the extended family in teaching for and caring for the children Include the broader First Nations community as part of the project through all stages of planning evaluation and growth Ensure that the project works with and is supported by other First Nations community programs and services and Ensure that resources are used in the best way possible to produce measurable and positive outcomes for First Nations children and their parents families and communities Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Principles and Guidelines Health Canada 1998 HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/mission-and-mandate (2016-02-10)
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  • Values and Beliefs | Headstart
    to learn their respective First Nations language s and histories and adults have a responsibility to pass on the instructions that the Creator gave in the beginning of time as reflected in the languages cultural beliefs and cultural practices Each child is part of what makes the community whole It is essential for children to develop meaningful relationships with Elders the carriers of knowledge and history Children under the guidance of Elders will learn to love learning throughout their lifetime Adults are community role models who are to teach children how to live a good life Children deserve opportunities to gain knowledge and experience of how to life a good life Children acquire knowledge by watching listening and doing and adults are responsible for encouraging and guiding them in all those activities Children through being loved valued and encouraged will gain the courage the strength and the wisdom to use the power of a good mind and spirit in all that they do Children have a right to enjoy the opportunities that education offers Children have a right to live in healthy self determining communities that are free of violence Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Principles and Guidelines 1998 HOME

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/values-and-beliefs (2016-02-10)
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  • Head Start Program Standards | Headstart
    central to Head Start philosophy Whatever model of delivery is used ideally the program should also offer home visiting and outreach programming to families who are not accessing centre based services Flexibility Head Start projects should be flexible and responsive to community needs All Head Start sites should work from their own unique vision continually evaluating and re evaluating community needs asking Is this program delivery model working for us

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/head-start-program-standards (2016-02-10)
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  • Delivery Models | Headstart
    similar to those described below Outreach and Family Services Model Head Start funds can focus on home visiting services and reaching out services to children and families supplemented by regularly scheduled family activities This works especially well in communities where there is no facility not enough children or transportation barriers making it difficult to run a centre based program Daycare and Preschool Enhancement Models Where fully functioning daycare or preschool services already exist Head Start funds can enhance existing centre based services targeting gap areas and ensuring all six Head Start components are included in programming For example funds might be used to provide extra ECE or cultural staff nutritious lunches culture language activities programs targeting younger children and parents parent workshops outreach services etc Combination Model This delivery model is very flexible Sites can use Head Start funds to enhance and or offer an array of services to children 0 6 years and to their families language nests Mother Goose parent tot outreach services parenting programs etc Programs can be short term on going or a combination of both This works especially well for small communities where numbers aren t high enough for a classroom program and where finding

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/delivery-models (2016-02-10)
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