Where can I find information about the girl issues my daughter is facing?
Wilsonville, OR (PRWEB) December 3, 2008
The Learning Community, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping parents with free parenting resources, announces the launch of its newly redesigned website which provides parenting help for the day-to-day job of raising children.
Parents asking questions such as, "How can I improve my picky eater's nutrition?" "Where can I find information about the girl issues my daughter is facing?" or "Which teen discipline methods work best?" can now get quick and really helpful answers to these and thousands of other questions.
Available 24/7, http://www.TheLearningCommunity.us has only one agenda: helping parents. The site is free for everyone to access, contains no advertising, and no registration is required. Its redesign makes it easier to navigate with information organized by age and topics such as learning, behavior, health, development, parent involvement and family life. The site also features the new Parent Power Blog.
"Parenting isn't easy, but there's nothing more important than raising a child," says Dr. Sarah Stanley, founder of The Learning Community. Because babies don't arrive with instruction manuals, we've created a quick resource parents can use any time, anywhere they have access to the internet."
The Learning Community website includes a comprehensive library of free parenting resources:
- Video downloads
- Printable Tips for Parents in PDF
- Links to credible parenting, health, education and government websites
- Parenting Resources in Spanish (Recursos Españoles)