Review these resources to help children with disabilities thrive in your program through family-centered care. Learn ways to engage families in decision-making. Also, discover how to promote families' health and well-being, empathize with their struggles, and connect them to other families. Find more helpful resources from the National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement and the National Center on Health's Healthy Active Living page.
- Family Support Activities Contribute to the Health of Families of Children with Disabilities
- Principles for Providing Family-Centered Care
- Child Advocacy/Children's Issues in Child Development
- Communicating with Your Child's School Through Letter Writing
- Fathers and Father-Figures: Their Important Role in Children's Social and Emotional Development
- Sense and Sensitivity: Research indicates best ways to boost parental sensitivity to child behavior
- Supporting Parents During The IEP/IFSP Process