Family Resources on the Web
Your home visitor has a wealth of knowledge about the resources that are available to you and your family—we encourage you to ask for help with the resource of interest to you. We also recommend the following web sites.
- Truce is a national group of educators deeply concerned about how children’s entertainment and toys are affecting the play and behavior. To learn about choosing toys that are good for children visit:
- For information on developmental screening visit Learn the signs now, Act Early Centers for Disease Control:
- When you need information regarding children & families call The Family Resource Connection 1-800-298-4321, or visit for free library loan materials:
- For parenting information visit Bonnie Harris website that is dedicated to guiding parents in the discovery of why both they and their children behave and respond the way they do: http://www.bonnieharris.com
- To find out more about Monadnock Developmental Services and resources that may be of interest to you:
- To find out more about the NH State insurance program for low to moderate income children:
- For a sign language dictionary:
- For advocacy information, parent support and information about transition to preschool services at age three:
- To find resources and connect with other parents who understand the challenges families face caring for children with complex special needs visit New Hampshire Family Voices:
- The New Hampshire Task Force on Autism- Assessment and Interventions, for this document and other materials visit:
http://www.iod.unh.edu/atf.pdf and www.autism-society-nh.org
- The Early Education and Intervention Network of New Hampshire (EEIN) is a statewide group comprised of professionals and families involved with infants and young children with special needs. For newsletter, trainings or to join visit:
Rise serves more than 250 children birth to three annually with early intervention and child care programs.