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The TRC professionals understand the importance of education for parents, caregivers, health care providers, and early childhood educators in order to create the best possible outcome and improve lives. We routinely provide parent seminars and in-services throughout the community.

We are happy to share these informative resources and links:

www.aap.org
American Academy of Pediatrics:
“Committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.”
This site presents a wealth of information from current parenting topics to health and safety tips as well as vast library of traditional and online publications.

www.asha.org
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association:
An expansive resource for information regarding hearing and balance, speech, language and swallowing as well as health insurance information regarding covered services and expanding your coverage. The site also features sections specifically for audiologists and speech-language pathologists.

www.apta.org
American Physical Therapy Association:
Features the latest industry news as well as resources for patient care and practice administration.

www.earlychildhood.com
Early Childhood:
“Information, products and ideas for parents & teachers.”
The site features early childhood news, discount school supplies, and Teacher QuickSource – a comprehensive resource tailored to meet educators’ specific needs.

www.aota.org
American Occupational Therapy Association:
A central resource for parents, educators, researchers and students, the site includes current events and advocacy highlights.

www.iamyourchild.org
I Am Your Child:
Features the critically acclaimed series, developed by director Rob Reiner, about the critical importance of the prenatal period through the first early years for a child’s healthy brain development. Now a 13-part series, it’s designed to help educate parents on the importance of healthy development and about the mental health resources available.

www.nectac.org
The National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center:
NECTAC is supported by the U.S. Dept. of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Find information on wide-ranging topics as well as early childhood research and publications. Additionally, its featured Research and Reference Portal provides access to key information sources, data bases and research references.