United Services for Effective
Parenting in Ohio
USEP-OHIO Program Resources: including information for parents, early childhood professionals, specialty programs, safety issues and more.
Cultural Clues and Cues: One World - Tips for Successfully Navigating Our Rich and Diverse Community with Competence and Comfort. See the same information in a word document: Cultural Clues and Cues.doc
Zero to Three
National Association of Women Highway Safety Leaders
Ohio Association for the Education of Young Children
Ohio Department of Education Academic Standards
Get Ready to Read
Child Passenger Safety
The Ohio Buckles Buckeyes (OBB) Program
Child restraint laws September 2010 Overview | Safety belt use laws with map
OHIO Parent Information Network
The Ohio PTA
Join The President's Challenge: Join on your own or start a group—whether it’s a few friends you’d like to work out with or an organization that could stand to get healthier. You pick your challenge and strive to reach your goal, logging your physical activity along the way. An added bonus for reaching your goal and improving your health: President’s Challenge awards!
CAR SEAT RECOMMENDATIONS: View a policy appearing in the April issue of Pediatrics, the peer-reviewed, scientific journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
Parents Action for Children
No Child Left Behind
National Association for the Education of African-American Children with Learning Disabilities
National Association for the Education of Young Children http://www.naeyc.org
National Center for Learning Disabilities
Lorain County Children Services: "Doing the right things right, the first time, on time, every time, one child at a time." http://www.childrenservices.org/
Ohio Childs Safety: Our goal is to educate families on child safety, prevent their children from going missing, and best prepare them in the case an emergency were to occur. To help children make the right decisions. http://www.ohiochildsafety.com/
The Ohio Parent Information and Resource Center
i-SAFE Inc. is a leading publisher of media literacy and digital citizenship education materials http://www.isafe.org/
Fuel Up to Play 60 provides fun, focused ways for students to make their school a healthier place. Students can help design and lead these programs or even create their own-with a little help from you. These resources will help you and your students plan for, implement, promote and evaluate the Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Plays your team selects.
Safe Kids USA Parent Center http://www.safekids.org/parents/