Did you know there is an amazing resource readily available at your fingertips to provide you with information or support in raising your children? Help Me Grow Vermont is a statewide system for improving access to existing resources and services for prenatal parents and families with young children under the age of 8. The information they provide on their website or via phone is essential to the overall development of children and family support.
Their website offers very specific information regarding childhood development. From reaching milestones, social and emotional development, to managing challenging behaviors. Not only do they provide information for families and caregivers, they also offer valuable developmental monitoring and screening tools to health care providers, educators, and community service providers.
Help Me Grow Vermont also offers valuable information from parenting tips for school age children to information regarding strengthening your family. A lot of usable information around parental resilience, social connections, and concrete support in times of need can be accessed through their site.
Ask any parent who has a child with special needs and they most likely will say how valuable early intervention was for their child. Developmental milestones can be a very helpful tool in recognizing if there might be something different with your child. Help Me Grow provides a wealth of information that is well worth checking out.