OPEC is a partnership between four of Oregon’s largest foundations and OSU Extension Family and Community Health (FCH) program. OPEC supports grantees through funding, evaluation, technical assistance, and professional development led by FCH faculty. OPEC supports: - Delivery of high-quality parenting education programs - Coordinated efforts to strengthen regional parenting education systems - Developing and strengthening collaborative regional parenting education Hubs
High Speed Hand Washing | Lavado de Manos de Alta Velocidad
Reduce the odds of getting sick in 30 seconds. To help your kiddos avoid getting sick this cold season, check out this fun and easy High Speed Hand Washing method. All you need is a sink, soap and some practice!
Reduzca la probabilidad de enfermarse en 30 segundos.¡Para ayudar a sus niños a evitar enfermarse este otoño e invierno, eche un vistazo aldivertido y fácil método de Lavado de Manos de Alta Velocidad! Todo lo que necesita es un fregadero, jabón y algo de práctica.
Across Oregon, there has been a long-standing lack of childcare availability. This inadequacy was magnified by the pandemic and two counties in Oregon are actively working with Extension to create solutions within their communities.
The Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative (OPEC) provides access to inclusive, research based resources for families on a variety of topics including child development and parenting strategies, quality child care, and more.
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