Resources

 

 

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

To learn more about the physical, social and cognitive skills infants and babies develop from 0-12 months visit the AAP Healthy Children website

 

Visit the Healthy Children website

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

To learn more about the child’s development, two months to five years of age, access the Milestones in Action video library and photos along with free tools and resources available to help track a child’s milestones.  

 

Visit the  CDC Information for Families website

 

For more information on child development including health, effective parenting practices and positive parenting tips, visit the CDC Child Development website.

 

Visit the CDC Child Development Basics website

 

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

Learn tips on ways to meet communication milestones when interacting with children from birth to age five.

 

Visit the NAEYC website

University of Missouri: Thrive in Five Video Library for Families

View videos for families on topics such as; child development, importance of routines, managing stress and trauma, positive parenting, social and emotional skills, and understanding behavior.

 

Training Opportunities for Families

Zero to Three

Learn more on the Ages and Stages of a child’s development and how making early connections can last a lifetime.

 

 Visit the Zero to Three Ages and Stages website

 

Getting Ready for School Begins at Birth: To learn more about the importance of school readiness and preparing a child for school, visit the Zero to Three School Readiness website.

 

Visit the Zero to Three School Readiness website