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Directory of Website Resources
The Parenting Network believes that families demonstrate strength when seeking support and information. These websites can help parents and caregivers respond positively to the stresses of parenting. The Parenting Network is not responsible for the content on these links.
A great site to learn about the Five Protective Factors, Parent Cafes, and Parent Leadership.
Bullying and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug( ATOD) education and prevention strategies for parents of kids and teens in a series of video-based segments. Also includes injury prevention and child safety information.
Download the milestones child development app which will help you support your child as he or she grows.
The Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board's new website. Thoughtful and easy to use.
This toolkit will help you navigate your child’s journey from pre-kindergarten through high school.
Information for parents of Milwaukee Public School students including school calendars.
A new way to understand a baby's crying.
This documentary series focuses on brain development, advocacy, the role of parents and developing a supportive culture for optimal child development.
Recommendations and guidelines for providing a safe sleeping environment for your baby.
The Pyramid Model of Social/Emotional learning.
A highly successful evidence-based program that has made a difference in thousands of families in all 50 states and 25 countries.
Anya Manes coaching website has plenty of free information and reflections on talking with your child about sex and addressing internet issues.
Learn about the Triple P program and what it offers to families around the world.
Sometimes it's a challenge to know how one feels, especially for children who might not have the words to say what they are feeling. The Feeling Cube is a fun and inexpensive tool that you can create and use to help your child identify and express their emotions in a positive way.