The purpose of this online training course is to help early childhood professionals adopt strategies to support children's development of positive oral health habits. It addresses science-based best practices that can be applied in any care and early education program.
Once you have completed this course, you should be able to:
- Describe factors that support and threaten oral health
- Use practices that support oral health and oral hygiene habits
- Design effective policies and educational opportunities
This course is aligned with the guidelines of the Texas Healthy Building Blocks recognition program. It was developed with funding from the Texas Department of State Health Services.
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This course is intended for facilitators working with learners with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This course is designed to help facilitators prepare their learners for employment.
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Course Information The purpose of this online course is to help early childhood professionals adopt strategies to create and use quality outdoor play and learning environments. It addresses science-based best…
Creating healthy habits is a critical element of quality early childhood programs. This course introduces the Texas Healthy Building Blocks recognition program and was developed with support from the Texas Department of State Health Services.