Supporting Your Child’s Development

Outside support can be an asset to any family with developing children.  Get familiar with these community resources!

Helpful National Resources

Listed below is information for national resources and services you may find helpful.

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is dedicated to the physical, mental and social health, and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young
Bright By TextBright By Text provides quality information and trusted resources to parents and caregivers of children prenatal to age five through short text messages a few times a week. Available in English and Spanish, the text messages are comprised of research-based content from Bright By Three and national partners such as PBS, Vroom, and Sesame Street.
Child Care Aware of AmericaChild Care Aware of America offers resources for information about finding child care, national organizations, glossary of terms, and a plan for budgeting for child care.800.424.2246
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is a professional organization which promotes excellence in early childhood education. Information for educators and parents, conference information and professional development resources are available at
PBS ParentsFind activities and tips to help your child learn and grow at
Sesame WorkshopSesame Workshop is a nonprofit whose mission is to help kids everywhere grow smarter, stronger, and kinder. Find family resources on everything from math and science to tough topics like
VroomVroom provides science-based tips and tools to inspire families to turn shared, everyday moments into Brain Building Moments®. Browse the 1,000+ fun, free activities to add learning to mealtime, bath time, bedtime, or
ZERO TO THREEZERO TO THREE uses its expertise in the science of early childhood development to provide programs, field-leading training and resources, and responsive policy solutions. Find family resources on child development, activities for bonding, and