Two to six hour training for parents, caregivers and other community partners provided on the ACE Study and the impact of trauma on brain development, executive function and relationships. The training is provided in collaboration with Peaceful Households and the Colorado ACE Collaborative.
This page contains all programs that have been entered on the The Early Childhood Colorado Framework website. Programs are listed in order of entry; use the categories to search for programs by the Framework Domains and Outcomes, as well as program Activities, Primary Role, Population Served and Service Area, as well as by Keyword.
Eight hour training for early care and learning professionals on Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resilience, Professional Self-Care and Working with Parents. Training is delivered in collaboration with Peaceful Households and is delivered to entire ECE Sites or to professionals from various sites.
FRCA represents Family Resource Centers (FRC) at the legislature as well as at a county level. FRCA also actively participates in major statewide initiatives and coalitions relevant to children and families. Advocating at the state and county level for policy and systems change When standards and language are adopted by a multitude of players, true … Read more >
Raising Equity means being an adult in the life of a child who helps cultivate and equity mindset. This approach helps adults and children understand themselves, others, and the systems of oppression that impact our lives. In this session, participants will 1) gain an understanding of the concepts and distinctions between diversity, equity, and inclusion, … Read more >
Babies Ready for College is an educational program for expectant parents and families, as well as Family, Friend, and Neighbor care providers of children birth to 3 years that provides strategies and skills to caregivers so they can more effectively support children’s healthy growth and development. BRFC is also the umbrella program for its complementary … Read more >
BE READY is a Larimer County-wide collaboration that creates Ready Children, Ready Families, Ready Schools and a Ready Community. Multiple partners…parents, the medical community, employers, childcare providers, libraries, school districts, community and government agencies, faith communities, service organizations…share in the responsibility to make certain all the children in Larimer County will be ready to be … Read more >
Best Start for Babies and Toddlers (BSB/T) classes instruct parents—a child’s first and primary teachers—on their child’s development, activities for bonding, how to find helpful resources, how to find quality child care, preventing and treating illnesses, child safety, strategies for encouraging children’s positive social-emotional development and more. BSB/T uses the Partners for a Healthy Baby … Read more >
Group respite program provided 2 x month for children 0-21 years of age with special needs and their siblings. Sessions provide one-on-one volunteer for each child participating and are supported by a Behavior Specialist and Nurse to support children of all needs.
Bright by Text is a text messaging service that helps parents and caregivers of children prenatal to age five make the most of everyday interactions. Through free tips, information, games and resources, Bright by Text is proven to build nurturing caregiver-child relationships, strengthen families, promote healthy child development, and improve school readiness. Each week, parents … Read more >
Bright by Three’s traditional visitation program is a free, three-year curriculum based on seminal research findings from The Carolina Abecedarian Project, Hart and Risley, The Perry Preschool Project, and others. Trained volunteers visit with parents and caregivers to share age-specific resource kits that help caregivers stimulate their child’s healthy development. To support present-day caregivers, Bright … Read more >
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