There are currently thousands of websites dedicated to the provision of parenting information. The quality of this information ranges considerably, from resources reflecting the last research evidence to those based on personal opinion. To make navigating the internet a little easier, we have listed below a range of websites that provide high quality, accessible information on a wide range of parenting topics.
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The Raising Children website has been developed by a consortium of three early childhood agencies: Smart Population Foundation, the Centre for Community Child Health and the Victorian Parenting Centre. The site provides a comprehensive range of quality-assured information for parents of children birth to eight years.
Parenting SA is administered by Children, Youth and Women's Health Service, SA. The site contains Parent Easy Guides (PEGs) which bring simple, easy-to-read information on many of the issues faced by parents from birth through adolescence.
The Early Childhood Australia website focuses primarily on supporting best practice. It contains quality assured early childhood resources and information from a range of people working within the early childhood field.
The Centre for Community Child Health supports and empowers communities to continually improve the health, wellbeing and quality of life of children and their families. The site contains Practice Resources that have been developed to provide practitioners with a summary of the latest research in relation to a range of key issues.
The Mental Health Association website offers state-specific information and fact sheets on mental health issues. This includes information on childhood disorders and resources for children who have a parent with a mental illness.
This is a U.S. government website providing access to print and electronic publications, websites and online databases covering a wide range of topics from prevention to permanency.
NSW Health publishes a wide range of materials about health related issues, including resources about parenting issues. Resources are available in a range of community languages.
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