Preparing for preschool is not just a challenge for the child but also the parent/guardian. Each parent/guardian will approach preschool with their own perceptions and values (concepts) and require unique support. When a child or family member has special needs or a disability it is vital that all potential caregivers understand the child’s unique needs and how best they can provide support for both child and family.
- National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse Clearinghouse and Multimedia
- Family Educational Resources from Thinkfinity http://www.thinkfinity.org/holidays-2010 may need to deleted because the website exists but no means to search for holiday 2010 link
- Family Guide to Assistive Technology and Transition Planning (English and Spanish versions) – The Family Center on Technology and Disability
- KET-Kids and Families Resources
- Wrights Law Advocacy – Up-to-date articles about special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities
- National Head Start Association
- National Early Childhood Transition Center
- ParentsAction.org: Child Care and Preschool
- Path of Inclusion Project
- Step by Step Guide Version 10.0 (pdf) new version?
- Step by Step (Spanish) Version 10.0 (pdf)
- Parent Resource Library – Ky Department of Education Parent materials no longer the parent resource libr page per se– change the name and keep?
- Center on the Social and Emotional Development for Early Learning http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/
- Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP)