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  • Outreach | Headstart
    in the community as possible Part Time Outreach Not all communities will find that running a full time Outreach and Family Services model suits their capacity and needs However Head Start strongly encourages all projects to build in some Outreach and Family Programming Outreach can include lending boxes books developmental toys etc developmental and educational assessments health and wellness information and parent support through family programming Outreach can be as little or as much as the project can manage Maybe it would be possible to visit only one or two families a week Or to set aside one day a week with no centre based programming and do outreach on that day instead If it s not possible to have a full time outreach worker a staff person could work in the community part time and out of the centre part time Another possibility is collaborating with other community professionals to create an outreach team so staff time is shared amongst team members Documents Building Capacity by Offering Training 62 01 KB Community Based Collaborative Outreach Model 80 86 KB Developing Outreach Programs 56 24 KB Is There a Difference 23 56 KB Creative Ideas for Home Visiting 22 08

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/outreach (2016-02-10)
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  • History of Head Start in B.C. | Headstart
    focus is especially important for on reserve programs Unique characteristics of Head Start in B C B C s particular demographics and diversity have shaped the way Head Start has developed in the Pacific Region B C has more bands than other provinces the majority are very small and many are geographically isolated Some bands have no existing resources or services for children and families while others are already well developed with many existing programs When the Head Start On Reserve Program began in 1998 B C had to hit the ground running There were national mandates for program delivery theory and guidelines but no actual models to work from The funding from Ottawa came very late in the fiscal year which meant a short turnaround to get funds to communities Health Canada required that a Regional Advisory Committee RAC be formed to oversee the distribution of funds and provide direction for policy development program review and monitoring and accountability The committee membership originally included First Nations community representatives Elders child care and education specialists Chiefs Health Committee representatives and representatives from various government department Health Canada Human Resources Development Canada INAC Head Start Timeline in B C 1998 Health Canada Funds Received B C receives on reserve Head Start funding from Health Canada This is the beginning of BC First Nations Head Start BCFNHS A Regional Advisory Committee RAC forms to oversee the distribution of funds in the region and to develop regionally specific policy and procedure BCNHS allocates funds to bands to write proposals and to conduct needs assessments 1998 99 First Proposal Call BCFNHS receives proposals from communities in three proposal intakes 1999 00 First Allocation of Funding The RAC develops funding parameters to facilitate equitable distribution of funding and to attempt to fund as many communities

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/history-head-start-bc (2016-02-10)
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  • Newsletter - Issue 42 - Winter 2012 | Headstart
    42 web pdf HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS CONTACT US copyright 2007 2014 BC First Nations Head Start About Head Start The Six Components Admin Documents Licensing FAQs Site Info Newsletter Archive Resources Training

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/newsletters/issue-42 (2016-02-10)
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  • Newsletter - Issue 41 - Fall 2012 | Headstart
    41 web pdf HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS CONTACT US copyright 2007 2014 BC First Nations Head Start About Head Start The Six Components Admin Documents Licensing FAQs Site Info Newsletter Archive Resources Training

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/newsletters/issue-41 (2016-02-10)
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  • Newsletter - Issue 40 - Summer 2012 | Headstart
    40 web pdf HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS CONTACT US copyright 2007 2014 BC First Nations Head Start About Head Start The Six Components Admin Documents Licensing FAQs Site Info Newsletter Archive Resources Training

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/newsletters/issue-40 (2016-02-10)
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  • Newsletter - Issue 39 - Spring 2012 | Headstart
    ECE Journey Being Culturally Respectful Head Start Superheroine Claudia McKay Nsl 39 web pdf HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS CONTACT US copyright 2007 2014 BC First Nations Head Start About Head Start The Six

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/newsletters/issue-39 (2016-02-10)
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  • Newsletter - Issue 38 - Winter 2011 | Headstart
    Top 10 Benefits of Having an Aboriginal ECD Plan Planning With the Seasons Head Start Superheroine Mona Jules Nsl 38 web pdf HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS CONTACT US copyright 2007 2014 BC First

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/newsletters/issue-38 (2016-02-10)
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  • Newsletter - Issue 37 - Fall 2011 | Headstart
    37 web pdf HOME ABOUT 6 COMPONENTS ADMIN LICENSING FAQs NEWSLETTERS RESOURCES TRAINING LINKS CONTACT US copyright 2007 2014 BC First Nations Head Start About Head Start The Six Components Admin Documents Licensing FAQs Site Info Newsletter Archive Resources Training

    Original URL path: http://www.bcfnhs.org/content/newsletters/issue-37 (2016-02-10)
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