These are resources that families may find useful.

Produced by the Nebraska Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities, this Guide provides information and resources to help parents navigate services and systems for their children.
Produced by the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, this video provides information about resources to obtain amplification for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. is Nebraska’s support and information connection for families and professionals seeking assistance. This web site is a collection of articles, resources and referrals.
Developmental TIPS is a developmental follow-up program coordinated through the Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in collaboration with Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Nebraska Department of Education, and 10 area hospitals.
The Family Care Enhancement Project (FCEP) places Parent Resource Coordinators (PRCs) in medical clinics to provide information and support to families that have children with disabilities and special health care needs.
Communicate via e-mail with other people who are interested in the issues facing the specific target groups through email discussion groups hosted by Answers4Families.
The Assistive Technology Partnership Education (ATP/Ed) Program provides statewide services to IFSP and IEP team members working with children and students with disabilities (birth to 21) who are receiving services within Nebraska school systems.
The purpose of the Nebraska Child Care Referral Network is to enable families to locate licensed child care providers in communities across the state. Providers include both family care and center-based care and are available for children from birth through age 12.
An interactive online tool for parents of children ages 5 and under to use when they are concerned about their child's motor development.
List of books to introduce to your baby.
Guidelines to help parents and professionals determine how a child’s development compares with most children their age
The home is an easy place to develop a false sense of security. Children are curious little beings and this guide should help remind and educate parents about some of the most common risks and important areas to childproof