A network of centers on disabilities for research, training, and service. A directory of the centers throughout the country is available.
At the University of Kansas and part of Kansas' University Center on Disability, provides many resources on young children with disabilities and their families, for families and professionals.
A part of the Family, Infant, Preschool Program (FIPP), this Center provides evidence based practices to support professionals in partnering with families.
Federally funded center providing resources for families and professionals around promoting positive social-emotional development and positive behaviors in young children.
Provides information and resources related to how to use evidence-based practices to provide supports to families within the context of their natural learning environments.
ECTA provides an array of services and supports to improve service systems and outcomes for infants, toddlers, and preschool aged children with special needs and their families.
A group committed to making sure that families actively participate in early intervention at the national, state, and local levels. Created and led by family leaders.
A national network providing families with information and other supports to ensure family-centered care for all families with children with special health care needs and/or disabilities.
At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has multiple research, training, and policy projects, centered on all children birth to 8 years and their families. Many projects focus specifically on young children with or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.
Multiple resources for families and professionals to encourage family-centered services.
Professional organization for those who work with or on behalf of young children. Multiple resources for professionals.
NICHYC's website closed on Sept. 30, 2014 and the materials are now available on the Center for Parent Information and Resources. The NICHYC legacy resources are available in English and Spanish.
Pathways Awareness is uniquely dedicated to increasing knowledge about the gift of early detection and the benefit of early therapy for infants and children with early motor delays. Pathways Awareness honors and supports parents by providing knowledge, information, and a sense of community as they guide their children on life's journey.
Parent training and information (PTI) center providing resources, services, and materials for families with children and disabilities. National technical assistance center to all state PTIs, in partnership with regional technical assistance centers. has a directory of all PTIs in the country.
Organization that provides various web-base resources, publications, and videos on the development of infants and young children for families and professionals. Some sites require log in, but registration is free.