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Angry Kids: Dealing with Explosive Behavior When a child—even a small child—melts down and becomes aggressive, he can pose a serious risk to himself and others, including parents and siblings.  Document
Are You Prepared for Disasters: Family Readiness Kit This kit includes general guidelines for readiness that can be used in most situations to help families get disaster-ready. For more detailed information about all types of disasters, see the Resources section. Remember, ask all family members to help make the disaster plan. Everyone should know what to do if family members are not together. Plan to do your part and work together as a team. A disaster can cause a lot of stress and confusion. Keep the family readiness plan simple so everyone can remember the important details. Once a plan is finished, practice your Family Disaster Plan every six months so that everyone will remember what to do when in an emergency. Fear and anxiety can be reduced when there is a disaster plan. Your child's doctor also can help. During your next visit, ask your child's doctor how to best prepare for disasters. Document
Asthma Information of the definition, symptoms and treatment of asthma in young children. Tipsheet
Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) website provides information and support for people with respiratory needs. The AAFA foundation offers grant opportunities, research publications, education programs, family support, public awareness, and public advocacy. A newsletter and training resource materials are available through the website. Website
Asthma Emergency Care Plan Sample This template provides a sample of an asthma Emergency plan for a child in your program Document
Asthma Topic Sheet Asthma Topic Sheet Document
Autism Resource Directory This resource guide is for families and caregivers of young children with autism spectrum disorders. Whether your child is just beginning the assessment process or already receives services, you undoubtedly will have questions. You will get a lot of information from many sources--perhaps too much information! It is time consuming and can be confusing to sort through and decide what is best for your family. We hope that this guide can be a valuable tool in your family's journey. We also hope that having this information all in one source will provide you with more time for the important things in life--you and your family. Document
Autism Speaks Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions--across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan--for the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of autism spectrum disorder; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. Autism Speaks enhances lives today and is accelerating a spectrum of solutions for tomorrow. Website
AWAARE Collaboration The Autism Wandering Awareness Alerts Response and Education (AWAARE) Collaboration is a working group of six national non-profit autism organizations whose mission is to prevent autism-related wandering incidents and deaths. Website
Babies and Pacifier Use This Brush Up on Oral Health Newsletter from the Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center has (ECLKC) has some useful information and tips to share with family members on the use of pacifiers. Document