Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders:
Quick Reference Guide for Parents and Professionals. Sponsored and published by New York State Department of Health, Division of Family Health, Bureau of Early Intervention

Milestones Guide: (Also in Spanish)
Explains how parents are a child's most important teachers and how fun activities in everyday routines can offer great learning opportunities

Early Literacy:
Describes infant's and toddler's early literacy behaviors and ways families can promote early literacy learning to prepare their child to be a successful reader as they grow

Everyday Ways to Support Your Baby's and Toddler's Early Learning: (Also in Spanish)
A chart that provides ideas on ways parents can support their child's early learning through everyday activities

First 100 Days Kit:
A tool kit to assist families in getting the critical information they need in the first 100 days after an Autism diagnosis

Getting Ready for School Begins at Birth: (Also in Spanish)
A booklet that helps parents understand how to teach their baby or toddler basic learning skills during everyday interactions

Influenza:
http://www.aap.org/advocacy/releases/swineflu.htm
American Academy of Pediatrics information on Influenza, vaccines (including H1N1), respiratory protect, infection control measures, family preparedness, and other important resources for parents regarding the flu

Parents Guide to The Early Intervention Program: (Also in Spanish)

Parent's Guide to Special Education For Children ages 3-21: (Also in Spanish)

Positive Behavioral Supports:
Creating Meaningful Life Options for People with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Preschool Planning Guide:
Building a Foundation for Development of Language and Literacy in the Early Years

Toy Safety Recall:
From the New York State Department of Health

Taking the First Step:
A Guide for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities

All About Kids’ Normative Bell Curve With Added Eligibility Criteria For The Early Intervention (EIP) Preschool Program (CPSE)

What to do if your child should be talking-but isn't yet:
Suggestions for parents on how to talk to and play with their young child to stimulate speech development

Winning Ways to Talk with Young Children: (Also in Spanish)
This article gives examples on how parents can communicate with young children to promote self-confidence and positive relationships
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