Many families, sitters, and nannies find the child care resources listed on this page very helpful. There are a variety of categories and subjects to explore. While we do not specifically endorse these organizations, we try to keep this page full of links that we believe are relevant and possibly useful to our clients and our caregivers.
Child Care Resources for Nannies, Sitters & Parents:
TAXES AND HOUSEHOLD EMPLOYMENT
Pregnancy and Postpartum Emotional Health blog
MyMommyManual: Online community for moms
Top parenting resources from psychologists
Ultrasona, Superior Medical Ultrasound
HEALTH AND SAFETY
JPMA (Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association)
AAP (American Academy Of Pediatrics)
National Highway and Transportation Safety
Safe Kids (Preventing unintentional childhood injury)
Car Seat Information
Baby Boot Camp Workout
A to Z Kids Stuff
American Library Association
Crayola Creativity Central
Creative Kids at Home
Handwriting Without Tears
How Stuff Works
K-8 Kids' Place
Leap Frog Toys
One World-Nations Online
Teacher's Corner -- Lesson Plans
SPECIAL NEEDS RESOURCES
Child Development Expert, Parenting Coach Licensed Professional Counselor
THE NANNY INDUSTRY
Educational and Professional Resources for Nannies
The International Nanny Association (INA) - The INA is the umbrella association for the in-home child care industry. This organization has educational and professional tools to enhance your career as a nanny.
Nanny Credential Exam- The INA "Nanny Credential Exam," was authored by leading child care experts and sets a tangible bar for nannies to prove themselves as top quality professionals. This accreditation will set the standard that all in-home child care providers will seek to attain.
PREGNANCY & BIRTHING
TLC For Kids, Inc. does not endorse any of the publications or services listed on this and other pages, nor do the opinions of the authors necessarily reflect the positions of TLC. This is only a partial listing of resource materials available to the public. Readers are encouraged to research and inform themselves about the subjects that interest them.