Southern Oregon Head Start


Southern Oregon Head Start
Southern Oregon Head Start is listed in the Schools Academic Preschool & Kindergarten category in Ashland, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Southern Oregon Head Start which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Southern Oregon Head Start on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Southern Oregon Head Start is:
421 Walker Ave
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 482-5931
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Southern Oregon Head Start shared The Family Connection's photo.
Rogue River parents! Would you like to meet other supportive parents in your community? Here are some events for you!
Rogue River. Gold Hill, and Grants Pass Parents.... Wednesdays April 5 - May 17, 2017 Free Breakfast—Free Prizes Every Time 8:30am-10:30am @ Rogue River Library, 412 E Main St, Rogue River, OR 97537 Topics covered: -Nurturing Ourselves -Nurturing Parenting Practices -Communication Skills -Positive Behavior Techniques

Southern Oregon Head Start shared Lisa Sunbury, Regarding Baby's post.
"Being on and at the ready for your children at all times can cause burnout and make things that could be everyday treasures feel like everyday chores. That’s why it’s important that all parents start taking real, regular days off. This could mean asking a spouse to take the day off from an office job and be with the kids, or asking a family member to cover you for a day. Maybe it involves hiring a sitter. One friend of mine and her husband take days off from work together to go golfing while their son is in school. Whatever you need to do, make it happen."
There’s nothing selfish about self-care. Your kids can’t be at their best if you aren’t too.

Southern Oregon Head Start shared Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.'s post.
Great article about how boys are more vulnerable to neuropsychiatric disorders that appear developmentally (whereas girls are more vulnerable to disorders that appear later). Learn more below.
Allan Schore discusses the harmful effects of stressing baby boys.

What do we risk when we lay ourselves open through music, painting or any art form? What might we give up or gain when we set out to craft something beautiful? "That is the question we will explore during the next Oregon Humanities Conversation, hosted by the Asante Medical Humanities Program Friday, April 14th in Medford, Everyone is welcome at this free event." RSVP at

Southern Oregon Head Start shared Southern Oregon Success's post.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) can be difficult to talk about. But as this article points out, the conversation can be life-changing.
Won’t it depress people? Isn’t it triggering? Aren’t the topics troubling? Won’t it make people sad or upset? Fear is what I often fight when talking about ACEs — adve…