Join Best Starts for Kids’ 2019 cohort of Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ) trainers!
The Capacity Building Support RFQ is now open. This funding opportunity invites proposals from skilled capacity building organizations and individuals. Applications are due January 7, 2019!
Best Starts for Kids is hiring an Evaluation Co-Lead! If you would like to be part of a flexible evaluation team supporting the evaluation of Best Starts’ strategies targeted at youth 5-24, consider applying today.
Happy National Family Caregivers month from Best Starts for Kids! Through our Child Care Health Consultation investments, community organizations like Chinese Information and Service Center are building a robust system of support for caregivers and children across King County.
Reposted from Public Health Insider. If the thought of shopping for health insurance sounds worse than actually getting sick, it might be time to try out the new shopping tools available starting today, Nov. 1, 2018. It’s the start of the sixth Open Enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act – and the process…
Lead/Toxics Educator Consultant Candace Jackson sat down with Pastor Jimmie James from B.E.S.T to learn more about how he and his team are educating their neighbors and affecting change.
Congratulations to our Innovation Fund partners! We had a great time at the Science-Based Innovation Training and Workshop delving into the IDEAS Framework. Learn more about the framework and how our partners are using it to design and adapt their programs.
For National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, we asked toxicologist Shirlee Tan: What’s the deal with lead and why is it a public health issue?
Communities of Opportunity is now accepting applications for consultants to help build our Learning Community — a platform to share knowledge and build capacity to accelerate the impact of COO’s work.
In this podcast, Candace Jackson, a Lead/Toxics Educator Consultant with Best Starts for Kids, shares how Best Starts and Public Health-Seattle & King County are partnering with communities to understand the best way to get word out about lead risks, while also increasing access to lead testing of toys and homes.