resources for

Parents and Guardians

We create and translate accessible COVID-19 information into different languages to help all patients know when, and how, to seek care. Our materials are created in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing.

current EVENTS

This presentation will happen through Zoom and does not require registration. You can join the meeting through this link:
https://umassmed.zoom.us/j/91577291436
Fitchburg MOC Head Start.pdf
Hygiene Supply Distribution
Online Support Groups
Project Bread’s gettingsnap.org.

MISCELLANEOUS

Children learn languages by listening, speaking, reading, and writing about topics that are meaningful and/ or interesting to them.Families can try these routines in their home language, English, or both. Be sure to use the language you are most comfortable with. Families can adapt the routines to be age-appropriate for their child.Try to incorporate one routine a day!
Reading with Students with Special Needs
Reading with Your Child K - 3
Social and Emotional Learning