Helping young kids cope with traumatic experiences
Having an open dialogue with your child about traumatic experiences is critical to their growth and understanding of the world around them.
Information and inspiration for parents and caregivers of babies, toddlers and preschoolers
Just like eating right, taking vitamins and seeing your doctor while you’re pregnant, it’s important to take care of your teeth and gums, too. Read More
Learn some simple ways to make going to the dentist a smoother, more positive experience for you and your child.
Fluoride is nature’s cavity fighter. In toothpaste and drinking water, it makes teeth stronger and prevents tooth decay.
Regular dental check-ups help keep your child healthy and smiling. Learn how you can find a dentist for your child whether you have dental insurance or not.
Every child is different. Noticing your child’s strengths and skills and uniqueness makes your bond even stronger.
Holding it together during high-stress moments is one of most important skills we can develop as parents.
Our interactive guide offers low-cost options by age and stage of development. Many are free, like the best gift you can give: quality time with you.
Video chat with is a great way to help your little one build relationships and stay connected with long-distance family and friends.
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