(American Academy of Pediatrics)
- This Web site focuses on several areas of children and their health, including ages and stages, healthy living, safety and prevention, and health issues. Try the KidsDoc symptom checker when your child feels sick. Parents can also buy books on parenting, find a pediatrician and ask pediatricians questions online.
- National Parent Helpline
- This helpline is available for parents to get emotional support and connect with resources to help them with parenting. There are also links where you can find more information about parenting.
(Zero to Three)
- ZERO TO THREE is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the healthy development of infants and toddlers by supporting and strengthening families, communities, and those who work on their behalf. This section on parenting offers encyclopedic approach to finding information about parenting from adoption to being a working parent. It also features a âTip of the Weekâ, âFrequently Asked Questionsâ and special sections on brain development and learning.
- Single Parent Advocate
- This non-profit organizationâs goal is to educate and empower single parents with resources, assistance, encouragement and social networking to better their lives and the lives of their children. Includes an advice section, a section where you can find resources, and a social media section where you can get connected with other single parents and resources.
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