This section includes links to information that may be helpful to parents. None of these links are specifically endorsed by MCES. They are simply provided as a resource.
Food Finder GA
The app creates a 100% anonymous, direct connection between families who need food with their closest free food provider.
Both the FoodFinderGA app and the website - www.foodfinderga.org - are year-round resources.
Connect with Kids Network
Connect with Kids Network (CWK) is an educational media and technology company that connects communities through inspiring, real stories about the social and emotional issues that change lives. Through dynamic websites, we deliver engaging videos, evidence-based curricula, parent engagement programs, professional development resources and the communications tools that educators and youth-centered organizations need to inspire positive social action and improve community culture.
Stress Free Kids
Stress Free Kids introduces you and your children to a variety of research-based, proven stress management techniques in a storytelling format. You will be guided to stories that are designed to help children control anger, manage stress, lower anxiety while building self-esteem and improve sleep. The age ranges are a suggestion to point you in the right direction. Your child’s attention span and emotional maturity should be taken into consideration. Let your relaxation journey begin!
Autism Parenting Magazine is a website and magazine that provides:
Expert advice from a team of respected professionals.
Solutions for dealing with sensory issues.
Advice for handling transitions.
Therapies to help develop your child's potential.
The latest news and research that can help your family.
Real life stories from parents of children on the spectrum, as well as from adults with autism to inspire and bring hope.
Love and Logic Parenting
The Love and Logic approach to parenting is built around the science of crafting caring and respectful relationships. An authentic, loving connection between parents and their children is the root of a healthy, thriving relationship built on trust and understanding.
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There is no question that divorce can have a big impact on children. Sesamae Street provides some helpful videos.
The ADHD mind is unique. It regulates attention and emotions in different ways than a neurotypical brain would. It’s also terrifically creative, adventurous, and sensitive. ADHD is not a damaged or defective nervous system. It is a nervous system that works well using its own set of rules.
Despite ADHD’s association with learning disabilities, most people with an ADHD nervous system have significantly higher-than-average IQs. They also use that higher IQ in different ways than neurotypical people. By the time most people with the condition reach high school, they are able to tackle problems that stump everyone else, and can jump to solutions that no one else saw. This website and magazine provides a wealth of resources and information to help children, teens, young and older adults with ADHD.