Parent Resources

School Psychology Parent Resources

Child Development and Intervention Resources

Colorado ParentInformation and Resource Center- CPIRC provides resources for schooland family partnerships in Colorado, parenting workshops and information aboutstate policies relating to early childhood education.  The websiteprovides handouts, activities, and other information in English and Spanish.

EarlyIntervention Colorado- Information for early childhood development andresources in Colorado.  English Language Learners (ELL) too.

GrowA Child- A parenting website on developmental milestones from 3 monthsto 17 years old.  Provides parenting tips and community resources. Available in Spanish and English.

PBS Parents-Information on child development, health, and education for parents. Offers advice for how to talk to their kids about tough issues such as death orfinancial issues.  Many of the topics can be partnered with charactersfrom PBS kids shows (i.e. Clifford or Arthur) by visiting that show's page.

Talk, Read, Play-A Boston, MA campaign to support children ages birth to five and theirfamilies.  Offers information on developmental milestones.  Availablein 8 different languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Cape Verdean,Haitian, Portuguese, Vietnamese, and Somali.

Information on Disorders and Disabilities

Children and Adults withAttention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder- Information in Spanish andEnglish about ADHD including support groups.

Colorado Kidswith Brain Injuries- A resource network relating to traumatic braininjury for parents, educators, and professionals.  Contains links toColorado Brain Injury Alliance & Colorado Department of Education(CDE).  Available in Spanish.

National Instituteof Mental Health- This website has information and online publicationsfor several mental health issues including:  anxiety disorders likeObsessive-Compulsive Disorder  (OCD) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD); Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism SpectrumDisorders including a parent's handbook, Bipolar Disorder, Eating Disorders,Depression, etc.

Responseto Intervention (RTI): Guidelines for Parents and Practitioners byJames B. Hale, Ph. D.- A family friendly description of the RTI process. (PDF)

LDI Online isa great resource for parents who have kids with learning disabilities.

Social/Emotional Resources


ColoradoSchool Safety Resource- This site provides information and resourcesrelated to bullying, responding to bullying and empowering children to buildpositive relationships.

Love and Logic-"Provides simple and easy techniques to help parents have more fun andless stress while raising responsible kids of all ages."

 

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