State of Alaska-Infant Learning Program
SESA - Special Education Service Agency
Alaskas kids can't wait - Infant learning program info
Best Beginnings - Alaska's Early Childhood Investment
Office of Children's services
Center for children with special needs
Baby Sign Language Resources
Zero to Three .org
National Down Syndrome Society
Autism Research Institute
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
(404) 639-3534 / (800) 311-3435
Healthy Children Project
March of Dimes
National Lead Information Center
(800) 424-LEAD (5323)
National Pesticide Information Center
Parents as Teachers
Pregnancy Risk Information
(800) QUIT-NOW (784-8669(1
Parent Information Sites
The Agriculture Department and the Office of the Surgeon General are partnering with TodoBebe, which means "everything baby," to provide health information to Spanish-speaking families, including promotion of prenatal care, having a baby and being a parent. The web site is also available in Portuguese.
Designed for both parents and professionals, contains valuable information about children's physical development including a growth and development chart where you can track a child's physical, play and speech milestones from 3 to 15 months.
Get Ready to Read! is a national campaign to build the early literacy skills of preschool children. Get Ready to Read! is an initiative of the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD).
Make the most of the one-on-one time you spend with your child. Whether you're looking for parent-child activities and outings, developmental or playgroup information, or products, this is the place!
The Center for Science in the Public Interest introduces a new web site designed to teach kids that healthy eating can be fun!
This web page from Tufts University provides the fastest, most reliable way to find sound nutrition information for women, men, family, seniors, health professionals, educators and more.
American Academy of Pediatrics
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is an independent Federal Regulatory agency that helps keep American families safe by reducing the risk of injury or death from consumer products. Features a "4 Kids" section.
Earlychildhood.com is a professional resource for teachers and parents. This web site is a great resource for activities for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school age children. Features "Ask The Experts," "Reading Center," and "Sharing Boards" sections.
The Family Education Network - A resource for parents and professionals covering such topics as professional development, lifelong learning, and tools, activities, and resources for teachers, parents and students.
Nonprofit organization promoting child safety related to leaving children unattended in or around a vehicle.
March of Dimes
The National Association for the Education of Young Children, promoting excellence in early childhood education.
The National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE) dedicated to developing effective family/school partnerships in schools throughout America.
National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities.
National Library of Medicine's "MEDLINE PLUS" health information Web site.
Parents for Window Blind Safety.
The Parent Training and Information Center in each state provides training and information to parents of infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and young adults with disabilities and professionals who work with them.
Wrightslaw is a site to access information about special education and advocacy for children with disabilities.