We partnered with Seattle Children’s PlayGarden to apply their expertise to help organizations throughout King County understand disability and feel empowered to say “yes!” to kids with disabilities.
The Best Starts for Kids Implementation Manager is a new position that will provide high-level project and program management to Best Starts’ implementation activities. Applications close January 2, 2019!
While a child’s brain is still developing, simple everyday interactions can serve as important tools to nurture a growing mind. Check out these easy crafts that you and your children can do together during Winter break!
Congratulations to Open Arms Perinatal Services, our awardee for both the Prenatal Support and Breastfeeding Peer Counseling Services funding opportunities!
We need your input! We invite parents and primary care and service providers to take this 15-20 minute survey to help ensure that King County has a developmental screening and referral process that will work for all providers and families.
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!
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.
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.