Family Resources

Welcome to Family Resources!

Click on the drop down menu to find Child Care and Early Education, Children with Special Needs, Health & Community, Parenting & Family Support, and the Sunny Start Fact Sheets.

This directory of resources for families of young children was established through generous support from the Indiana State Department of Health, Maternal and Children's Special Health Care Services, Sunny Start: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds Initiative.

Disclaimer:  No official endorsement or recommendation of the content on this site is suggested. Families are encouraged to further research any organizations or programs that may be of interest.

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Play with Your Baby!

The Baby Center has a great article on how to play with your baby, "20 fun, silly, development-boosting games to play with your baby." There are sections devoted to birth through three months, four to six months, seven to nine months and ten through twelve months. There is dancing, playing dress-up, reading books, exploring kitchen bowls and tools, singing in different voices.

While you are at the Baby Center website, you can find information on pregnancy, lactation and child development.

Poste 4/7/2014

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About Special Kids (ASK)
Where Indiana families and professionals go to ASK questions about children with special needs.
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For Families

10/18/2014 | Using Gravity to Facilitate Sensory Motor Development in Infants & Children
Gravity influences infant development in many ways, from triggering vestibular processing t developing and strengthening muscles.

09/13/2014 | Restorative Breathing and Exercise Progressions
Lois Laynee Ph.D. is a dynamic, disciplined professional who has developed a wellness paradigm based upon the essential component of oxygen. Lois is passionate about educating all communities of the significance of the oxygen content in their brains as well as the rest of the body. Most importantly, Dr. Laynee focuses on developing each persons ability to impact their own physiology for themselves. In essence, her goal is to design airways for breathing.

04/09/2015 | Indiana Early Childhood Conference
Mark Your Calendars for April 9-11, 2015!

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