Reviewed Child & Adolescent Development: Overview Information Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 67)KidsHealth
This is an interesting and fun site for kids, parents, and medical professionals. It's devoted to the health of children and teens and touches on emotional issues as well as the traditional illness/wellness topics. Certainly worth a look.Wide Smiles
An excellent online resource for parents of children with cleft lip and/or palate. Articles by medical professionals, parents, and individuals, a mailing list, a chat room, and a gallery of before and after pictures are just some of the features this site has to offer. Navigation may become somewhat confusing at times due to the site's abundance of resources.Angries Out Web Site
This site provides practical, relevant information for kids, grown-ups, parents, couples and teachers on learning positive ways to cope with angry feelings. It offers solutions to discipline problems, violence prevention activities, and the open expression of feelings. Their ideas are based on the up-to-date research about what helps young people build a positive self-image and necessary coping skills. Excellent information for families and those who work with children.National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health
The National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health site fully outlines the aspects of care that they focus on; nutrition, mental health and oral health. It is vary comprehnsive, yet easy to read. I enjoyed the time reviewing it.Neuroscience for Kids
Neuroscience for Kids is intended to be a resource for elementary and secondary school students interested in learning more about the brain as well as the rest of the nervous system. It includes online and offline games, activities, and basic information. Don't let the title scare you away! This site is frequently updated.