What We Do
Early Learning Programs & Support
Parents As Teachers
The Parents as Teachers Washington state office supports local affiliates in their work to achieve strong outcomes with families and their children.
Home Visiting Team
Our Washington Home Visiting Team supports new and existing home visiting programs with coaching, consultation, training and general professional development to ensure the highest-quality services to families.
Professional Learning Opportunities
Washington State Training Opportunities
Start Early Washington is excited to offer training opportunities designed specifically for Washington’s home visiting professionals.
Start Early Washington Communities of Practice
Communities of practice offer a co-creative and participatory space for shared learning.
Created, reviewed and tested by home visitors, mental health providers and other experts, the [email protected] Toolkit features guided processes that help home visitors develop language and strategies to talk about childhood trauma safely and effectively.
Policy & Advocacy
Through administrative and legislative advocacy, we seek to inform, create and strengthen conditions that enable equitable access to high quality services for Washington state’s youngest children — prenatal through age 5 — and their families across Washington state.
Check out Start Early’s Washington state policy & advocacy resources compiled by our team. Download Start Early Washington’s one-pagers and find helpful external links for Washington state advocates.
Learn more about our work in Washington state and access relevant resources and publications, including Start Early Washington’s policy and advocacy newsletter “Notes From Olympia.”
Support Our Work
Together, when we start early, we can close the opportunity gap and ensure every child has a chance to reach their full potential.
Resources for Professionals
From interactive courses to engaging events, we support educators in building powerful practices that transform teaching and learning.