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Parenting Resources
Call 211 to find services near you.

Reliable online information sources related to the content of Beginnings Parents Guide are listed here by page number and topic.
 
To add a resource or let us know about a problem with any of these resources, contact simones@beginningsguides.com.
 
Beginnings Parents Guide

Page 15  Support Groups 
National Parent Helpline? 
A resource for parents and caregivers of children all ages. When you reach out and call the National Parent Helpline®, a trained Helpline Advocate will provide you with emotional support and link you to services if necessary.

Support Group for Dads
This site is designed to provide dads with information and resources that pertain to parenting and providing for your family such as: child development, behavior issues, cooking tips, cleaning tips and support groups.
(No Español)

Military OneSource
A Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, Guard and reserve service members, and their families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationship, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and child care, and much more.
(No Español)

Zero to Three Parenting Resources

Page 19  Breastfeeding
Le Leche League 
Ask a question, find local support, participate in online support groups.
(Español)
 
International Lactation Consultation Association 
Find a lactation (breastfeeding) consultant in your area.
(No Español)
 
Page 25  Carbon Monoxide Detector
Where should I install carbon monoxide detectors? What is proper carbon monoxide detector placement?
(No Español)
 
Carbon Monoxide Detector Placement - Carbon Monoxide - Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
 
Page 42   Family Therapy
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Find a family therapist near you. Frequently asked Questions about marriage and family counselors.
(Español, other languages)

Page 57   Learn Infant CPR
The Infant CPR Anytime Personal Learning Program is a self-directed learning product that allows families, friends, grandparents, siblings, and others caring for infants to learn the core skills of infant CPR and relief of choking in just 22 minutes.
 
Find an Infant CPR class course
the American Heart Association offers a variety of options for you to learn lifesaving skills. Locate a local training center

Infographic: Preparedness, Response and Recovery Considerations for Children and Families

The Maternal and Child Health Library at Georgetown University released a new knowledge path and set of resource briefs about autism spectrum disorder. The knowledge path is available at http://www.mchlibrary.org/KnowledgePaths/kp_autism.html.

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Resources for Families

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Resources for Schools

Screening: Resource Brief

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