Health and safety in the early care and education field is a huge subject, and practices change regularly in response to new standards, regulations and research results.
In recognition of this, CCHP has developed hundreds of user-friendly educational resources to help early care and education programs, trainers, Child Care Health Consultants, Child Care Health Advocates and the families they serve stay abreast of best practices. Our publications provide clear guidelines and educational information on the issues that arise most frequently in the field of early care and education.
What kinds of publications does CCHP provide?
Health and Safety Notes are written for child care professionals and focus on issues that frequently arise in child care, such as how to handle biting, toileting, specific illnesses, etc.
Fact Sheets for Families are written with the needs of families in mind and provide easy-to-understand information on issues that arise in the home, such as teeth, avoiding burns, and good nutrition.
Posters are attractive mini-posters for the child care setting. They provide health and safety tips, such as step-by-step instructions on proper diapering.
Training Curricula are in-depth materials suitable for use in training health professionals to work in early care and education settings, or to provide continuing education for child care professionals.
Is there a cost for these materials?
Most of these materials may be downloaded from this site at no charge, or purchased from CCHP directly in print form for nominal fees.