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Child Care Resource & Referral Center of Southwest Georgia (Albany, Region 4) Additional Resources For Parents

Additional Resources For Parents

Note - Inclusion in the list does not constitute endorsement by GACCRRA, nor is GACCRRA responsible for the content or materials posted on these sites.

A table listing additional resource links for parents

Child Care

Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and LearningChildren's Bureau
Georgia Association of Young ChildrenGeorgia Head Start Association
National After School AssociationNational Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies
National Association of Education of Young ChildrenNational Association of Family Child Care
National Child Care AssociationNational Head Start Association
National Network for Child CareSmart Start Georgia

Community Involvement and Education

Better Brains for BabiesBorn Learning
Children's Defense FundKids Count
National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral AgenciesNational Black Child Development Institute
Parents as TeachersSAFEKIDS USA
Save The ChildrenSIDS Alliance
Smart Start GeorgiaUnited Way
Voices for Georgia's ChildrenZero to Three

Special Needs

American Diabetes AssociationAmerican with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Assistive Technology ResourcesAutism Speaks
Babies Can't WaitChildren and Adults with ADD
Easter SealsGeorgia Department of Education - Exceptional Students
Georgia Department of Human Resources - Children with Special NeedsNational Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
National Down Syndrome SocietySensory Processing Disorders Network
The ARCU.S. Department of Education - Special Education Technical Assistance & Dissemination Network
United Cerebral Palsy 

Parenting

Family Education NetworkMommy and Me
National Fatherhood InitiativeParent Central
Parenting 24-7Parents as Teachers
PBS Parents 

Literacy

American Library AssociationBorn Learning
Children's Book CouncilGet Ready to Read
International Reading AssociationNational Institute for Literacy
Succeed to Read 

US Government

American with Disabilities Act (ADA)Children's Bureau
National Institute for LiteracyNational Institute of Child Health & Human Development
National Women's Health Information CenterU.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
U.S. Department of EducationU.S. Department of Education - Special Education Technical Assistance & Dissemination Network
U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesUnited States Government

Health and Safety

American Academy of PediatricsBeansprout Networks
Children's Healthcare of AtlantaGeorgia Child & School Immunization
Georgia Department of Community HealthGeorgia Department of Human Resources
Georgia Department of Human Resources Loving CareGeorgia Division of Public Health
Keep Kids HealthyKidsHealth
KidsSourceNational Center for Missing and Exploited Children
National Institute of Child Health & Human DevelopmentNational Resource Center for Health & Safety in Child Care
National Women's Health Information CenterPeachcare
SAFEKIDS USASIDS Alliance
U.S. Consumer Product Safety CommissionU.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Georgia Government

Babies Can't WaitBright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning
Childcare and Parent Services (Family and Children Services)Georgia Child & School Immunization
Georgia Department of Community HealthGeorgia Department of Education - Exceptional Students
Georgia Department of Family and Child ServicesGeorgia Department of Human Resources
Georgia Department of Human Resources - Children with Special NeedsGeorgia Department of Human Resources Loving Care
Georgia Division of Public HealthGovernor's Office of Consumer Affairs - Consumer Ed
PeachcareState of Georgia Government