JITP Resources

Just in Time Parenting Resources

JITP Feature Articles:

JITP Feature Articles written by parenting experts. 

JITP Newsletters:

Our free parenting eNewsletters are written by parenting experts (who are parents themselves!). They are designed so that information that’s relevant to your child is automatically delivered to you just in time!

JITP Podcasts (1st Year):

Audio files based on the Just In Time Parenting eNewsletters for months 1-12, developed by Dr. Diana Del Campo at New Mexico State University. To subscribe via iTunes U, click here

Child Care and Development Resources Near You:

To learn more about parenting and how children grow, contact your local County Extension office, or go to the web sites listed below.

Resources for Children Ages 0-3:

Zero to Three (Zero to Three)

Offers a comprehensive research-based resource for parents and early childhood education professionals on healthy development of children ages zero to three.

Learn the Signs. Act Early (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

“Learn the Signs. Act Early.” is a national education campaign to teach parents, health care professionals, and early educators how to recognize the early warning signs of a developmental disorder — and to encourage them to act early if a delay is suspected. The campaign offers free materials including fact sheets, milestone checklists, posters, growth charts, and flyers. All materials are free, are available in both English and Spanish, and be viewed, printed or ordered online. To learn more about the campaign, visit the website or call 1-800-CDC-INFO

Developmental Stages (American Academy of Pediatrics)

Resources for Children of All Ages:

Parenting 24/7 (University of Illinois Extension)

A one-stop source of research-based information, breaking news, links to recommended resources, and video clips of real parents discussing the challenges of raising children and managing family life. Users can register or monthly updates or newsletters for children ages birth to 3.

State-specific Information from Extension:

Delaware

Illinois

Minnesota

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