How to increase participation in early years services

Since 2016, the Centre for Community Child Health has been engaged by the Victorian Department of Education and Training’s Best Start program to maximise participation in Maternal and Child Health and kindergarten services through the use of quality improvement (QI).

Promising Practice in Best Start series

The Promising Practice in Best Start series documents what we are learning with Best Start facilitators about using QI in the Best Start context. The series draws on insights from Best Start facilitators and is produced by the Centre for Community Child Health.

Paper 2: How to increase participation in early years services

View paper 2 here.

View paper 1. How to facilitate quality improvement

Learning and Changing blog series

The Learning and Changing blog series aims to share insights from the partnership and is authored by Lauren Heery, Acting Manager in the Service Systems Innovation Team at the Centre for Community Child Health.

The latest blog post – How to increase participation in the early years: Promising Practices identified through quality improvement – is now online.

More information on Best Start

Access all blogs, as well as more Best Start resources, at https://www.rch.org.au/ccch/best-start

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