- First Signs
First Signs, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating parents and
physicians about the early warning signs of autism and other developmental
disorders in early childhood.
The First SignsSM mission is to ensure the best developmental outcome for
every child. By educating both parents and physicians, we hope to promote
ongoing discussions regarding the most important, and often overlooked aspects
of development: social/emotional, communication, and behavior.
(Added: Sun Jul 08 2001)
- First Words Project
FIRST WORDS Project is a model early
identification and intervention program
based in the Department of
Communication Disorders at Florida
State University. Staffed by
speech-language pathologists and
interdisciplinary consultants, we are
funded to evaluate the communication
development of children from 6 to 24
months of age in Leon County. They provide a variety of educational materials
and technical support to increase
the capacity of families and
service providers to enhance early
communication in young children.
(Added: Thu Oct 25 2001)
- Pediatric Services - Parents Corner
A monthly series of articles about the most challenging job on earth ... how to be the best parent possible. From PediatricServices.com
(Added: Fri May 03 2002)
- Speech Therapy Private Practice/Mississippi/Dykes Speech Associates
The staff of Dykes Speech Associates provides quality, age-appropriate speech pathology services to preschool children with communication disorders. We currently provide services in preschool programs and Head Start centers. We are expanding to serve clients in the state of Mississippi. If your school or organization is in need of quality speech therapy services, please contact Angela Dykes today. 601-649-3860/(Fax) 601-428-1754.
(Added: Mon Jun 14 2004)
- The Division for Early Childhood of CEC
The Division for Early Childhood (DEC) of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is a nonprofit organization advocating for individuals who
work with or on behalf of children with special needs, birth through age eight, and their families. Founded in 1973, the Division is dedicated to
promoting policies and practices that support families and enhance the optimal development of children. Children with special needs include those who
have disabilities, developmental delays, are gifted/talented, and are at risk of future developmental problems.
(Added: Tue Jan 01 2002)
- Your Amazing Baby
This site was designed for those of you looking for information on typical infant and toddler development.
(Added: Tue Apr 30 2002)