Consultation & Support
Our experienced staff is here to assist professionals and parents with a variety of resources for every stage and level of a child’s development, focusing on the early childhood years.
One way to get help is to call and talk with a Resource Specialist. They can answer questions about topics you are interested in, such as access to resources about curriculum, assessment, instructional strategies, environments, or early childhood.
You can ask our Resource Specialists for suggestions from our library. We have a wide range of helpful materials, books and videos available for check-out.
A Resource Specialist can facilitate an on-site workshop about specific topics for families or professionals. Some previous workshop topics have included:
- Early Childhood Curriculum and Assessment Practices
- Classroom Environments and ECERS 3
- Early Literacy and Math
- Social and Emotional Supports including the Pyramid Model
- Including Children with Special Needs in the General Education Classroom
Family Trainings include topics such as: Preschool Strategies for Better Behavior, Understanding Parent’s Rights, and IDEA, Play, Learning and Preschoolers, and Teaching Independence.
On-site support is available as well, tailored to the needs of your group of professionals or family members. Options include classroom observation and feedback from staff to help setting up a team problem-solving session.
For help, call the STAR NET Region II office, fill out an Assistance on Request form online (see below) or print the PDF version and email, fax or mail it to us.