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Parenting Resources

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Aha! Parenting - Advice and information about parenting, behavior and connecting with your child.

American Academy of Pediatrics - Information on physical, mental, and social health and well­being for infants, children, adolescents and young adults.

Babies Need Words Every Day - Designed to bridge the 30 Million Word Gap by providing parents with proven ways to build their children's literacy skills.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Guidance to expecting mothers about exposure to Zika virus.

Center on Media and Child Health - Educates and empowers children and those who care for them to create and consume media in ways that optimize children’s health and development.

Children’s Movement of Florida - A non-partisan grassroots movement of Floridians insisting on increased investment in the first five years of all our children.

Common Sense Media - Provides independent reviews, age ratings, & other information about all types of media.

Essentials of Early Literacy Instruction (NAEYC) - Research on literacy development in young children.

Healthy Children - A website of the American Academy of Pediatrics focused on the health of children.

Jbrary.com - Story time blog with book recommendations, finger plays and online resources.

Mind in the Making - Promoting Executive Function Life Skills and the science of children’s learning.

National Child Traumatic Stress Network - Tools for helping children cope with trauma and traumatic stress.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Parents Central - Information and resources to keep your children safe on the road.

Story Time Katie - Songs, rhymes, finger plays and book recommendations from a children’s librarian.

Talking Is Teaching - Tips and tools for talking, reading and singing to your child to help them develop the brain connections they need.

Too Small To Fail - Helps parents, communities, and businesses take specific actions to improve the health and well-being of children from birth to age five.

TUCK: Advancing Better Sleep - Tips to help parents gain an increased understanding of the often confusing science behind sleep.

Understood- Parenting Resources for learning disabilities and attention issues.

Zero to Three - Offers interactive tools, parent handouts, FAQ’s and more to help support the health and development of babies and toddlers.

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