Parents and caregivers play a key role in proper development of children.  Informed parents and caregivers can provide essential information to make appropriate decisions for the wellbeing of a child.  Sometimes, the more you know the better the choice that can be made and often this leads to better results.  We have taken time to provide parents and caregivers with resources to assist and guide you through different stages of the childs life.  We have included information which pertains to education, behavior, influences.

Georgia Department of Community Health - The Georgia Department of Community Health site identifies many resources for local parents.

U.S. Department of Education - The U.S. Department of Education site provides national information for parents and provides tools, tips, common questions about education, college preparation, success in school as well as local, state and national statistics.

Georgia Department of Education - The Georgia Department of Education site provides parents with critical information regarding programs, procedures, changes in policy as well as curriculum, assessments, special education and gifted education among other tools and topics. - is the US governments official web portal.  This site provides information for parents, caregivers, new and adoptive parents regarding childcare, child support, education, health, safety and crime prevention, and youth employment. 

The International Dyslexia Association - Dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their familes and the communities that support them.

Dyslexia Awareness and Resource Center - What parents should know about Dyslexia and ADD.

Dyslexia Parents Resource - Courses in the Teaching of Children with Dyslexia (or similar difficulties)

The sites above provides a information regarding children with dyslexia to include information on testing, research, programs, support, symptoms, testing, assessment and other resources.

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry - The American Academy of Pediatric Dentist is a resource for parents to find educational guidance and tips regarding dental care.  The site provides preventive information to help maintain  healthy oral hygiene.

Path 2 College 529 Plan - This website provides caregivers with information regarding preparing for a childs future.  It provides information on the college savings program. 

Georgia Department of Community Health - The Babies Cant Wait Program is the statewide early intervention services for children with a severe or profound bilateral hearing loss and/or significant developmental delay  Georgias IDEA Part C Program. 1-800-229-2039

Children First - Children 1st is Georgias system for linking families with children age 0-5 to public and private support services. Service linkage through Children 1st is available through all Georgias public health districts. 1-800-229-2039

Auditory - Verbal Center, Inc. - The Auditory Verbal Center (AVC) is a nonprofit center in Atlanta that teaches children who are mildly hearing impaired to profoundly deaf to listen and speak so that they can succeed in mainstream schools and experience lives without limitation.