- An Introduction to Ages and Stages Questionnaires (PDF)
- ASQ Oregon Brochure (PDF)
- ASQ Oregon Flier (PDF)
- Check Your Child's Development - English (PDF)
- Check Your Child's Development - Spanish (PDF)
- ASQ - Next Steps (PDF)
Daily Vroom (External Link)
The Vroom app is a great, everyday tool for parents of young children. Check out www.joinvroom.org to get the free Vroom smartphone app and find the 1,000+ brain-building activities.
Text4Baby (External Link)
Get support through your pregnancy and your baby’s first year with FREE text messages. Topics include prenatal care, baby health, parenting and more! Text BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411 to get free text messages three times per week. Text4Baby also has an app available on iTunes and Google Play. Visit www.text4baby.org for information.
Let’s Play! (External Link)
New parenting app – Let’s Play! Is a free app from Zero to Three. It includes fun activities to support a young child’s early learning. You can also take photos and share your activities on social media. Go to https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/380-let-s-play-free-parenting-app for information. App is available on iTunes and Google Play.
MD 4Kids app helps parents make decisions on their child’s health needs. Available on the app is pictures of symptoms and first aid care. Information on home care of illnesses is also on the app. Go to http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/services/doernbecher/patients-families/health-information/md4kids/index.cfm. App is available on iTunes and Google Play.
The Parenting Hub offers classes, workshops and tools for parents. You can learn ways to provide guidance and discipline that works. Other classes help you to enjoy the huge task of parenting. A list of upcoming classes and workshops can be found here - http://www.douglasesd.k12.or.us/parents/parent-education/events
Child Care (External Link)
Looking for high quality child care? Oregon’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) is a program that raises the quality and consistency of child care and early learning programs. Go to http://triwou.org/projects/qris/families to learn more and to find child care in your area.
Child care referrals are made via 211info. You can visit 211info.org to search for a child care provider in your area. You can also dial 211 toll free, TEXT your zip code to 898211, or email help211info.org.
Libraries (External Link)
The Douglas County Library System has 11 libraries throughout Douglas County. Go to http://www.dclibrary.us/ for links to branch library hours of operation, phone numbers, and calendar of events.
Vroom (External Link)
The Vroom app is a great, everyday tool for parents of young children. Check out www.joinvroom.org to find the 1,000+ brain-building activities.
211info (External Link)
211 info helps families find resources in their community. You can get help finding housing, food, and more! How do you access 211info? Dial 211 toll free. You can also TEXT your zip code to 898211, email help211info.org or visit 211info.org.
Child Care (External Link)
Looking for Child Care? Child care referrals are made via 211info. You can visit 211info.org to search for a child care provider in your area.
ASQ (External Link)
Do you want to learn more about your child’s development? Parents or caregivers can use the ASQ forms to check the general development and social emotional ability of a child ages birth to 6 years old. The results help determines if a child’s development is on schedule. Information and forms found here - http://www.asqoregon.com/
MD 4Kids app helps parents make decisions on their child’s health needs. Available on the app is pictures of symptoms and first aid care. Information on home care of illnesses is also available. Go to http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/services/doernbecher/patients-families/health-information/md4kids/index.cfm and follow links to check symptoms and access dosage charts.
Link to Douglas County Resource Directory –
Go to http://www.douglasesd.k12.or.us/, and click on the “Early Learning Hub” link. Then click on “Links and Resources”, next click link “South-Central Oregon Early Learning Hub Resource Directory 2016”.
Is your child 3-5 years of age? Go here to find 10 ways to get Ready for Kindergarten! http://www.countdowntokindergarten.org/pdfs/waystogetready/getready.pdf
Zero to Three (External Link)
An organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers. Visit https://www.zerotothree.org/ for more information.