Free Resources for Parents

Over 40 helpful websites to help you create a healthy home for your child.

Free Resources for Parents​

Over 40 helpful websites to help you create a healthy home for your child.

Parenting doesn’t have
to be guess work.

With over 40 free helpful websites available, you can learn how to raise happy and healthy kids.

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Allergies

Asthma

Burn Prevention

  • Burns (MEDLINEplus Health Information)

Car Safety

Children’s Health

Health Insurance

  • Affordable Health Insurance  Free informational resources to help make informed decisions about their healthcare coverage; how to enroll in the state’s health insurance, the cost of plans, options for seniors and people with disabilities, and more.
  • Insure Kids Now (low cost health insurance for kids)

Hearing Loss

Immunization

Latex Allergies

Medication Administration

  • Medicine (MEDLINEPlus Health Information)

Nutrition

Oral Health

SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome”)

Bicycle Safety

Child Abuse

  • Child Abuse (MEDLINEplus Health Information)
  • National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome The website offers information, ideas and answers for parents and caregivers who are struggling to cope with a crying baby and not get frustrated enough to shake the baby violently.

Child Safety

Child Care

Organizations

Children with Diabetes

National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities

Mental / Social / Emotional Health

Head Start

  • Child Care/Head Start Partnership Study: Final Report (Education Development Center, Inc.) This report was developed by researchers at the Center for Children & Families to learn about the nature of early care and education partnerships and their impact on quality and access to services.

School-Age Child Care

  • Early Learning Guidelines The Early Learning Guidelines provide a framework for using what we now know about the importance of the early years to support later school success.

Parenting

  • Zero to Three (developmental information on infants to toddlers)

Maternal Health, Postpartum

Mental Health & Support Groups