Door County Parents

working together and supporting families



2019 Door County Family Enrichment Survey

This short survey is for parents and/or guardians of children in the Door County area. We know you want the best for your family and your child, and thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.  By answering the survey… Continue Reading →

Product Recalls

Safe Kids is dedicated to providing you with a comprehensive list of monthly child-related recalls collected from the major federal agencies: the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Food and Drug Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. We also… Continue Reading →

Money Management Counselors

Local financial counselor, Leslie Boden is available to support your financial goals. Are you… …considering bankruptcy? …behind on your bills? …buying a home? …living paycheck to paycheck? …struggling with student loan debt? …working through a life transition such as divorce,… Continue Reading →

Student Success

The Department of Public Instruction works with local schools to ensure students reach their full potential. In Wisconsin, student success is much more than test scores. We strive to prepare all students for whatever life brings them after school by instilling the… Continue Reading →

Safe to Sleep

The goal of the Safe to Sleep Program is to help educate families on safe sleep environments. There are simple things you can do to help keep your baby safe while he or she is sleeping. Check out the ABCs… Continue Reading →

Sleeping Positions During Pregnancy

Northeast Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs

Wisconsin has five Regional Centers dedicated to supporting families with children and youth with special health care needs and the providers who serve them. The Centers are staffed by specialists who can help get answers, find services, and connect you… Continue Reading →

Five for Families: Helping Kids Understand Feelings

Every day is full of teachable moments. Help your child learn how to express and manage their feelings with lots of positive attention. Children learn best by watching what people around them say and do, so model the behaviors you’d… Continue Reading →

Five for Families: Parenting as Children Grow

False starts and setbacks are a natural part of growing up—for children and parents. The important thing is to keep learning about Parenting as Children Grow and to consider trying a new parenting idea.

Five for Families: Connecting with Others

Building trusting relationships and staying connected can be as simple as calling a friend, making a play date, joining a new community group or offering to help out a neighbor. Sometimes reaching out to others can feel awkward, but it… Continue Reading →

© 2019 Door County Parents — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑