The Children’s Environmental Health Network, the National Center for Healthy Housing and the National Association of Family Child Care put together this lead toolkit for home based child care. The toolkit provides information on drinking water, paint, soil, and consumer products. Fact sheets and a poster is included for display or further information at child care centers. In […]
Do you want to know how to navigate car seats for your child? Do you know someone who needs information on what type of car seat to purchase? Check out the Safe Kids Car Seat Guide. This guide has general tips to review, as well as personalized suggestions, based on a child’s age and weight. […]
The American Academy of Pediatrics published multiple guides explaining how to respond to the experiences of adopted or foster care children. The role-specific guides include teachers, caseworkers, parents, and childcare providers. Each guide details trauma, prenatal exposure to drugs and alcohol, learning, and identity. Check out the guides here to learn more about how you […]
Are you looking for resources to promote health literacy around influenza and the influenza vaccine? Check out the CDC Influenza Resources page! This page includes a large variety of free resources including print materials, infographics, factsheets in multiple languages, videos, and even a graphic novel (picture below)! Resources range in target audience, including youth, adults, people […]
This course is free, 35 minutes long, and targeted at community coaches. It covers symptoms of asthma, how to prevent or treat asthma, dispels existing myths about asthma, and more! At the end of the course, individuals can take a quiz to test their knowledge and print a certificate. Additionally, the course webpage includes resources on […]
Want to learn how you can reduce the risk of sleep-related death for babies? The CDC published these four steps to help babies sleep safely: Always place your baby on their back while sleeping (naps included). Use a firm, flat sleep surface covered only by a fitted sheet. Place your baby’s sleep area in the same […]
The 4th Trimester Project is an amazing resource for new moms. This resource aims to be inclusive of all bodies and mothers, including transgender and non-binary people. It incorporates information on many postpartum topics, such as self-care after birth, how to build a support network, caring for your child, and videos experiences from other mothers. […]
Suicide Is Preventable is an interactive resource that helps you know the signs, find the words, and reach out regarding suicide. The website uses excellent examples to explain each symptom, share different ways to start the conversation, and showcase which resources are available nationally and locally.
The Center for Exceptional Families, Arkansas’ Parent Training and Information Center, offers online presentations on topics such as Autism, Dyslexia 101, Early Intervening Services and Response to Intervention, Effective Advocacy, Parent Training and Information Centers, Testing and Evaluation Procedures, The 123s of the 504, Transition to Kindergarten, and more. Access the presentations here.
Federally Qualified Health Centers are community-based health care providers that receive funds from the HRSA Health Center Program to provide primary care services in underserved areas. These centers provide care on a sliding fee scale based on ability to pay and operating under a governing board that includes patients. Learn more about what a health […]