REACH is based on the evidence-informed best practices of Go NAPSACC. To be eligible for a REACH Recognition, ECE programs must have a “Leading the Way” score on a self-assessment in the module for which they are seeking recognition. This self-assessment must have been taken in the past 12 months.
How do I know if I have a “Leading the Way” score?
I’m not on Go NAPSACC…how do I sign up?
Go NAPSACC is free to all ECE facilities and TA consultants in NC. If you are an ECE facility already working with a TA professional, check with them to see if they are a Go NAPSACC consultant. If so, they can invite you to register for an account. If they aren’t using Go NAPACC or you aren’t currently working with a TA consultant, then email email@example.com for a registration code. If you are a TA consultant who would like to use Go NAPSACC to support ECE programs on health-related quality improvement, you may also email us for a registration code.
Registered ECE programs can then choose the module in which they’d like to be recognized and take a self-assessment.
How do I find a TA professional who can help our facility meet these best practices?
North Carolina has a many wonderful TA consultants available to support health-related quality improvement such as Child Care Health Consultants, Extension Agents, and local Partnership for Children and Child Care Resource and Referral Consultants. See this list of Go NAPSACC Consultants to find a TA in your area.