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Browse through the below national webpages to become familiar with the services and resources available to you as a parenting student:
GreatSchools.org Find parent reviews, test scores and other data on schools you might be considering for you school-aged child.
Sittercity.com is America’s largest, most easily accessible database for babysitters and nannies. The website offers 100,00 caregivers for 20 major markets
Childcarecenter.us currently provides a total of 119,348 licensed childcare centers and 157,105 home daycare providers. Find providers in you zip code; or use the map to browse by state, county, city, etc.
Care.com is an online marketplace for childcare, senior care, special needs care, tutoring, pet care and housekeeping. Browse services, rates experience and more. Offers in-depth profiles with reviews and references.
National Association for the Education for Young Children (NAEYC) a professional membership organization that works to promote high-quality early learning for all young children, birth through age 8, by connecting early childhood practice, policy, and research.
Childcare Aware helps families learn more about the elements of quality childcare and how to locate programs in their communities
Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families Founded in 1977 by leading researchers and clinicians in diverse disciplines focused on child development, ZERO TO THREE works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.
National Parent Helpline 24-hour emotional support form trained advocates focused on empowering parents
Center for Parent Information & Resources Serves families of children with disabilities
Fussy Baby Network This network, run through the Erikson Institute, offers parents of fussy babies assistance and support through hotline, home visits and parent support groups. They take calls from around the world, and the call is free. An infant specialist will guide families caring for fussy babies. Consultations are available in English and Spanish
Child Safety Guide A law office put together this useful site, with “tips to Keep Kids Safe at Home, School, Outdoors & Travel.”
Kids in Danger This organization tracks child product recalls, distributors information on unsafe products (including those ‘hand me downs’ that may have been recalled but the information about them in no longer up)
Parents without Partners educational organization for single parents and their children
Single Spouse.com online chat and support after 7 p.m.
Single Parent Project provides support, stability, and community for single-parent families