Unchecked and extraneous use of technology can have negative effects on teens and tweens, including issues with mental health and deteriorating real-world relationships. It’s important to teach them about how they can use media in a healthy, productive, and positive way.
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 Everyday
Designed to bridge the 30 Million Word Gap by providing parents with proven ways to build their children's literacy skills
Center 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.
Children's Sleep Guide
Sleep help for children.
Common Sense Media
Provides independent reviews, age ratings, & other information about all types of media.
Essentials of Early Literacy Instruction
Research on literacy development in young children.
A website of the American Academy of Pediatrics focused on the health of children.
Healthy Sleep for New and Expecting Parents
Sleep help for children and parents.
How Technology Impacts Your Sleep
And What to Do About It.
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.
Pediatric Health and Safety Guide
At any point during the day, a child is faced with potential threats from the things around him or her. Although some adults may instinctively know how to keep children safe in some instances, they all must learn how to do it in every situation.
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.
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.