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Positive Parenting

We also have a wealth of information on child development and children's issues in our office. This includes information on toilet training, positive guidance, if your child is ready to stay home alone and more!

If you have a topic that you would like information on that isn't posted on this page, give us a call at 801-626-7837, we will see what we can find for you.

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Child Development Information Parenting Tips Online Resources

The National Parenting Center

Great craft ideas, cooking suggestions and articles on just about anything. They have a "seal of approval" site that reviews products and services in the child/parent consumer market. They also have a "product recall" section!


Zero to Three, National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families

Excellent source for the latest research on brain development. They have information formatted for both parents and professionals.


Child Development Institute

They have excellent information on helping children deal with tragedy and violence and much more.


Child Care Aware Parent Newsletter

This newsletter offers the latest information on child development issues, tips for finding quality child care, and numerous resources for busy parents and child care professionals.


Child Care Aware Parent Central

Get information and e-mails through Parent Central to learn about your child’s development, discover additional opportunities to get involved in your community, and find activities you can do together that promote learning and bonding. Their website offers information on child development, tips related to raising children, finding quality child care and more.



Care About Childcare - Weber State University

1351 Edvalson St Dept. 1309

Ogden UT 84408-1309
(801) 626-7837

Care About Childcare - Weber State University is a program of Weber State University's Jerry & Vickie Moyes College of Education's Child & Family Studies Department.

Funding is made possible through the Child Care and Development fund, the Department of Workforce Services and the Office of Child Care.