Links

  • 2015 Parent Resource Guide (English)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/2015%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide.pdf
  • 2015 Parent Resource Guide (Spanish)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/2015%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide%20SPANISH.pdf
  • 2016 Clackamas County Summer Resource Guide (English)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/ENGLISH%202016%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide.pdf
  • 2016 Clackamas County Summer Resource Guide (Spanish)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/SPANISH%202016%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide.pdf
  • 211 Info
    http://211info.org/
    211info has free information about more than 7,000 health, community, and social services. And now 211 is available in EVERY Oregon county
    American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance
    http://www.aahperd.org/
    The promotion of health and physical education, physical activity, dance and sport.
    Annual Report
    http://cccchs.org/docs/cccchs-annual-report.pdf
  • Backpack Connection
    http://challengingbehavior.fmhi.usf.edu/do/resources/backpack.html?utm_source=TACSEI+%2526+CSEFEL+Updates&utm_campaign=93c471bf8d-TACSEI+and+CSEFEL+Updates_11.2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d0f2aa9ad2-93c471bf8d-49654365
    The Backpack Connection Series was created by TACSEI to provide a way for teachers and parents/caregivers to work together to help young children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging behavior. 
    Birth to Five School Readiness Goals
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Birth%20to%205%20School%20Readiness%20Goals.pdf
  • Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning
    http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/
    Promoting the social emotional development and school readiness of young children birth to age 5.
    Clackamas County Community Resource Site
    http://www.clackamas.us/h3s/resources.html
    Clackamas County offers links to several helpful resources.
    Clackamas County Community Resources Poster
    http://www.clackamas.us/socialservices/documents/poster_english.pdf
    Community resources poster in English
    Committee for Children
    http://www.cfchildren.org/
  • Community Assessment
    http://cccchs.org/docs/community-assessment.pdf
  • Dental Exam Form
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Oral%20Health%20Assessment.pdf
    Dental Exam / Treatment Plan
    Reporte del Examen Dental / Plan de Tratamiento
    Derechos para Padres con Niños con Necesidades Especiales
    http://cccchs.org/docs/spanisheiecse.pdf
    Derechos de los padres para la intervención temprana (0-2 años) y la Educación especial en la Primera Infancia (3-5 años)
    Общественные ресурсы округа Клакамас
    http://www.clackamas.us/socialservices/documents/poster_russian.pdf
  • ECLKC
    https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc
    Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center
    Email
    https://login.microsoftonline.com/
  • Employee Handbook
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Employee%20Handbook.pdf
  • Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/ccccheadstart
  • Fact Oregon
    http://factoregon.org/
    Have you ever had a day when you wished there was someone who understood what it was like to raise a child with a disability? FACT Parent to Parent (FACT P2P) pairs parents with trained mentors who can provide support, encouragement, and information on ways to advocate for your child and family on everything from everyday concerns to IEP support.
    Family Education & Support Network
    http://fesncc.com/
    Search for great resources and events in parent education, community playgroups, health, literacy and art using the Events Calendar!
    Family Reading & Activity Log (MS-Word)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Reading%20Log.doc
  • Family Reading & Activity Log (PDF)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Reading%20Log.pdf
    Instructions: Use this form to record time you spend at home on activities specifically directed at extending your child’s learning (such as those provided in the Activity Calendar). MS-Word version
    Family Tools
    http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/family.html
    Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning’s Family Tools.
    Head Start Body Start
    http://hsbs-play.ning.com/
    National Center for Physical Development and Outdoor Play.
    Head Start Center for Inclusion
    http://depts.washington.edu/hscenter/
    Inclusion refers to the full and active participation of young children with disabilities in programs with typically developing children.
    Horas de voluntario de familia en el hogar (MS-Word)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Reading%20Log.doc
  • Horas de voluntario de familia en el hogar (PDF)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Reading%20Log.pdf
    Instrucciones: Use este formulario para documentar las horas que usted ha dedicado en actividades en el hogar específicamente dirigidas al extender el aprendizaje (tal como estas que son proveídos en el Calendario de Actividades). versión MS-Word
    Immunization Rates
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Imms rates Spring 2016.pdf
  • Inclusion Basics
    http://depts.washington.edu/hscenter/sites/default/files/01_15m_inclusion_inservice/01_membership/MembershipFinal.html
    Click on the title to be redirected to an audio presentation on ‘inclusion basics.’
    Inclusion Basics PDF
    http://depts.washington.edu/hscenter/sites/default/files/01_15m_inclusion_inservice/01_membership/pdfs/membership%20Powerpoint.pdf
    PDF version of the audio presentation (above)
    Kindergarten Inicio "versión de los padres"
    http://cccchs.org/docs/kindergarten-start-up-chart-spa.pdf
  • Kindergarten Start-Up "Parents Version"
    http://cccchs.org/docs/kindergarten-start-up-chart.pdf
  • Manual para los Padres
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Parent%20Handbook%20SPA.pdf
  • Mental Health Resource Guide
    http://cccchs.org/docs/MH%20Provider%20Resources.pdf
    Compiled by the Mental Health Program at Clackamas County Children’s Commission
    MH Provider Resource
    http://cccchs.org/docs/MH%20Provider%20Resources.pdf
  • National Head Start Association
    https://www.nhsa.org/
    Committed to the belief that every child, regardless of circumstances at birth, has the ability to succeed in life.
    Oregon Safe Kids
    http://public.health.oregon.gov/PreventionWellness/SafeLiving/KeepingChildrenSafe/SafeKids/Pages/index.aspx
    Working to prevent unintentional, preventable injury and death.
    OrFirst
    http://www.orfirst.org/
    We are a non-profit Community Parent Resource Center serving special education families located in Portland, Oregon with children birth to age 26.
    Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/orfirst.portland
    Parent Handbook & Calendar
    http://cccchs.org/docs/CCCCHS%20Parent%20Handbook%20and%20Calendar.pdf
  • Parent Technical Assistance Center Network
    http://www.parentcenternetwork.org/
    Improving outcomes for children with disabilities and their families.
    PBS Kids
    http://pbskids.org/games/
    Play hundreds of free educational games and fun activities with your favorite characters from PBS KIDS shows.
    Peep and the Big Wide World
    http://peepandthebigwideworld.com/en/
    Peep and the Big Wide WorldHatching new scientists every day!  

    The animated series Peep and the Big Wide World gives wings to the innovative idea of teaching science and math to preschoolers. Wry and distinctive visual humor, charming plotlines, and lovable characters combine with a comprehensive science program to attract and engage kids three to five years old.
    Reading is Fundamental
    http://rif.scholastic.com/
    The Parents section of the Reading Is Fundamental web site offers several tips and suggestions to help encourage your kids to read. You’ll find activities, tips, articles, booklists, games, and more. There is a Kids section too!
    Recursos en la Comunidad del Condado De Clackamas
    http://www.clackamas.us/socialservices/documents/poster_spanish.pdf

  • Scholastic
    http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/student-activities
    Online activities and interactive learning for students in grades pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
    School Readiness Goals
    http://cccchs.org/docs/School%20Readiness%20Goals%202015-16%20EHS&HS.pdf
  • School Readiness Goals
    http://cccchs.org/docs/School%20Readiness%20Goals%202015-16%20EHS&HS.pdf
  • Second Step
    http://www.cfchildren.org/parents-caregivers/sesame-street-little-children-big-challenges.aspx
    Features developmentally appropriate ways to teach core social-emotional skills, such as, empathy, emotion management, and problem solving.
    Special Education Parents Rights
    http://cccchs.org/docs/englisheiecse.pdf
    Parent Rights for Early Intervention (0-2 Years) & Early Childhood Special Education (3-5 Years)
    Staff Forms
    http://ccccdocs.org
  • Summer Resource Guide (Spanish)
    http://cccchs.org/docs/2015%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide%20SPANISH.pdf
  • Technical Asistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children
    http://www.challengingbehavior.org/do/resources/teaching_tools/ttyc_toc.htm
    Pyramid Model framework for promoting social-emotional competence and addressing challenging behavior.
    Time Star
    http://timestar.cccchs.org/te/
  • Todos Juntos
    http://www.todos-juntos.net/
    Working together we influence the development of whole communities.
    TS Gold
    http://teachingstrategies.com/
  • VROOM
    http://www.joinvroom.org/
    VROOMEvery parent has what it takes to be a brain builder.

    The brain develops most rapidly during the first five years of life.

    There is no time in life when the brain develops more rapidly than during the first five years. So by building children’s brains from the earliest ages, you’re actually shaping the foundation for future learning. Here’s a glimpse at all that’s taking place inside your baby’s brain!

    VROOM – The Brain Story (click here)

    VROOM – Activities Print Out (click here)
    Well Child Exam Form
    http://cccchs.org/docs/Health%20Appraisal.pdf