Additional online resources for you and your family.


We do our best to make sure your child has a quality early education experience, but we don't have all the answers. Fortunately, our state and federal partners have a huge collection of resources, links, and more. Browse all the options below to find advice, help and information.

American Academy of Pediatrics
An organization of pediatricians dedicated to the health and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults.

Consumer Product Safety Commission
Helpful for checking for recalls of equipment, toys and items used by children.

Safer Car - Parents Central
Whether you’re buying your child’s first car seat, deciding whether to let your kids walk to school or take a bus, handing the car keys to your teenager or wondering how safe your car is, Safer Car has the answers.

Childcare and Parent Services (CAPS)
Georgia's CAPS program supports early education by assisting families with the cost of child care. Find out more about eligibility and initiatives on their website.

Federal Food Safety Information and Recalls
Find information about how to keep and prepare food safely, as well as updates about any food recalls.

Find Help Georgia
Find Help Georgia is an easy way for residents to get connected with help, based on our comprehensive directory of local resources that will help strengthen families. Help seekers can search by ZIP code, or speak directly with a resource specialist by phone or online chat to locate resources near them.

Healthy Children
A parenting website backed by pediatricians that provides accurate information on child health and physical activity for young children.

Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards (GELDS) Videos
Learn more about the GELDS, and how you can turn a playing moment with your child into a learning moment!

Safe to Sleep
The Safe to Sleep® campaign has helped educate millions of caregivers—parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, babysitters, child care providers, health care providers, and others—about ways to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related causes of infant death.