- Pregnancy Resources
- What to Avoid During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
- More on Pregnancy and Your Baby
- Supplements and Natural Remedies for Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
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CHILD HEALTH & DEVELOPMENT
- Babysitter instructions – A sheet that parents can use with a babysitter to give specific communication and medical instructions.
- In Case Of Emergency (ICE Sheet)-for-kids – A sheet that parents should fill and put in kid’s backpacks and at home for their communication in case of emergency.
- La leche league (Web resource)
- 1 week check-up
- 2 week check-up
- 4 week check-up
- 2 month check-up
- 4 month check-up
- 6 month check-up
- 9 month check-up
- 12 month check-up
- 15 month check-up
- 18 month check-up
- 2 year check-up
- 30 month check-up
- 3 year check-up
- 5-10 year check-up
- 12 year check-up
- Feeding Your Baby
- Feeding Your Toddler
- Baby Food Plan
- Daily food diary
- Wholesome food
- How and When to start solid food in infants
- Chemicals to avoid in our child’s diet
- 10 Ways to Promote Kids’ Healthy Eating Habits
- Boosting the Iron in Your Toddler’s Diet
- 10 Processed Foods to Never Feed Your Kids
- Finger-Licking Recipes That Will Sort Out Your Fussy-Eating Toddler
- 25 Fun and Healthy Snacks for Kids
- Eating Disorders: What Families Need to Know
- Media Use: Learn about the amount and type of media consumed by children
- Kid’s mental health for Parents
- Methods of Potty Training
- Toilet Training
- Potty Training Tips: (Web resource)
- U.S. EPA
- National Safe Kids Campaign
- Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute
- Car Safety Seats
- U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Poison Ivy
- A guide to first time Parents
- All About Sleep
- Sleep problems: Birth to 6 months
- Sleep problems: 6 months to 2 Years
- Nighttime Sleep Feedings
- Nighttime Sleep Crying
- Foods that Help You Sleep
- Toilet Training
- Potty Training Tips : (Web resource)
- CDC website for up-to-date travel advisories and information
- What do you need to know before you travel to India
- Easy-to-Read Schedule for Children, Birth through 6 Years
- Easy-to-Read Schedule for Preteens and Teens, 7–18 Years
- CDC’s Vaccines and Immunizations Page
- Doctor’s views on Vaccination
- Autism and Vaccines
- Baby/Child Dental Resources
- Dallas Area Family Support Resources
- Educational Resources
- Single Parents Association – Referrals to local support groups and community resources
- Financial Resource
- Community Resources:
- AVANCE A nonprofit that supports Latino families with programs that focus on parent education, early childhood development, brain development, literacy and more.
- Bryan’s House– Nonprofit that offers medically-managed child care, adolescent programs, and family support services to children, teens, and their families.
- Child Care Group– Nonprofit providing child care, early childhood care, and education services outside the home for low-income Dallas families.
- City Square Community Health Services – Changing the trajectory of peoples’ lives by fighting the causes and effects of poverty through service, advocacy, and friendship.
- Dallas County Health and Human Services– Protecting the health of the community through disease prevention and intervention, and promoting a healthy community end environment.
- Dallas Housing Authority– Provides qualified families with safe, affordable housing.
- EPA Children’s Environmental Health – Dedicated to the environmental health of children where they live, learn and play.
- Head Start of Greater Dallas Inc.– Serves more than 4,400 low-income, preschool-age children and their families at 46 center locations throughout Dallas County.
- Jubilee Park & Community Center– Employs a comprehensive strategy intended to strengthen elements that create prosperity in any neighborhood – community ownership, education, public health, public safety, and housing.
- Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic – A federally funded community health center in Dallas County designed to provide comprehensive primary care services that prevent illness and promote health.
- Parkland Community Health Plan – Dallas-based regional managed care organization created to serve as a bridge connecting the community’s uninsured population to programs and services.
- Parkland Youth and Family Centers – a partnership between Parkland Health & Hospital System and Dallas Independent School District to create health care facilities on school campuses.
- Assistance Center of Collin County
- IDEAS – Impacting Dyslexia Education Awareness and Support
- Parenting: Family Education & Guidance Services
- Child Abuse: Child Advocacy Center
- Plano ISD Local Community Resource on Child Abuse crisis line, Food pantry, Shelter, Counseling, Legal services, Child care, CPS, Children with Special Health Needs, Youth Emergency Shelter, Clothes, Regional transportation, Family guidance, WIC, Diapers, Drug Testing, Eye glasses, English classes, Family literacy, Food pantry, Financial Aid, ESL, Home School, Infant/Toddler and Intervention, Nurse hotline, Planned Parenthood, Divorce support program, Rape crisis center, Suicide and crisis center
- Allen ISD Local Community Resources List (Similar to Plano above)
- Nurse-Line for Medicaid: 1-800-304-5468
- Free Transportation for Medicaid: 1-877-633-8747
- North Texas Food Bank: 214 330-1396
- Raising kids on a shoestring budget
- Cheaper options for your child’s health insurance: Applying for Affordable Health Insurance
- ACA HealthCare FAQ
- Identity Theft Protection Kit: Protect yourself in the case of an Identity Theft
- Special Needs: The links below provide the services provided by the state and will guide you through the process of determining if you are eligible for nursing services in the home environment.
- Texas Medicaid: This program is income sensitive. Contact your Medicaid representative for further information.
- MDCP Program: This program is for Texan families that make OVER the income level to be eligible for Medicaid. However, there may be a waiting list for parents to enroll in this program.
- Special Needs Kids Equipment: The following websites are accustomed to insurance and Medicaid approvals:
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