Parent & Caregiver
Tips for Parents:
- Envision Utah
Envision Utah has kicked off a collaborative effort to help parents and caregivers understand the importance of language in early brain development.
- Building a Home Library Ages 4-7
The ALA-Children’s Book Council (CBC) Joint Committee, with cooperation from the ALSC’s Quicklists Consulting Committee, has created this bibliography to provide guidance to parents, grandparents, and others interested in assembling a high-quality library for their children at home.
- Developmental Screenings
Knowing the developmental milestones children go through makes parenting easier. Knowing is as easy as doing a free developmental screening.
- Ages and Stages Questionnaire
Complete the ASQ online or on paper and a Help Me Grow team member will contact you with the results, help answer your questions, and connect you to community resources.
- Children’s Service Society Home Visitation
Home Visitation reaches families in their homes to help parents overcome challenges involved with parenting and help children reach their full potential.
- Positive Parenting Tips
Tips to help the development of your child.
- Just In Time Parenting eNewsletters
Parents can sign up for a monthly email that helps them track their child's progress and ensure that they are receiving proper care and development opportunities.
- Caring About Childcare
Provides families looking for child care with profiles of childcare providers located throughout Utah.
- Child Behavior: What Parents Can Do to Change Their Child's Behavior
Knowing what to expect from your child at each age will help you decide whether his or her behavior is normal.
- Words to Use with Your Kids Every Day
Everyday phrases to instill confidence, self-respect, and thoughtfulness in your children.
- Praise and Encouragement
Compliments and encouragement go a long way towards making children feel good.
- Parent's Guide to Helping your Child Learn
Take an active role in your child's learning. Tips on how to help them using language, listen, write, read, develop social skills, think, and math concepts.
- A Place of Our Own
These two companion resources offer online resources for early childhood educators and parents. The Web sites provide activities appropriate for toddlers to preschoolers and range in topic from Health & Safety to Language & Literacy to Science & Environment and more. (en Español)
Advice and best tips on how dads can make the most of the time they spend with their kids.
Check out the "Wonder of the Day" - simple activities for parents to share and explore the wonders of everyday life with children.
- BabyWatch - Early Intervention Services
Baby Watch Early Intervention is a statewide program which provides services to infants and toddlers, birth to three, with developmental delay or disability, and their families.
- Additional Parent and Cargiver Resouces
Visit the UEN Parent and Caregiver Resouces page.