Links to other websites we think you’ll find useful

Milestones in Action – Free image library that features photos and videos of children demonstrating developmental milestones from 2 months to 5 years of age.

Healthy Children is the American Academy of Pediatrics’ website for parents. Here you will find all kind of information about child development, illnesses (both acute and chronic), safety tips and more. Or, try Healthy Children en espanol, for all the same great information and tips in Spanish. –  Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has information about health and safety.

Harvey County Health Department – Local health department. – Website for parent and caregivers of children up to 3 years old with developmental milestones tips.

Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network – Links to support groups, the latest research, recalls, and news. – Information about children’s health issues, growth and development, improving your parenting skills, and first aid and safety information. – Disney’s family web site with a wide variety of information and parent-to-parent support.

TeenHealthFX  – provides online answers to teens’ questions about their health, their relationships, their bodies and their sexuality. It is not meant to substitute for talking to your own doctor or parents, but it is a way to find out answers to questions without embarrassment. – The Foundation for a Smoke Free America (which also has a website for adults)You will find quitting tips, pictures you can use to make posters for school, and links to websites where you can research specific issues dealing with smoking and tobacco for school papers, newspaper articles or debate.

Futures Without Violence focuses on promoting the safety and well-being of all persons, including children, through education, advocacy, and leadership programs.

Baby Buffer is a website about how a baby’s brain works to give you tips on the best possible start in their lives. – Activities for babies and young kids