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FAMILY CARE ONLINE RESOURCE LIBRARY
We have collected an extensive list of fact sheets, articles, books, and videos and dvds of interest to parents and elder caregivers. Topics include child care, parenting, educating children, elder care, family health care, and family matters in academia. All of our listings provide a brief summary of the content and a link that takes you to the resource directly.
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS OF SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN
Parents of school-age children know that child care demands may change, but they don't lessen once children begin attending school. Our resources for parents of school-age children can help. Read more>>
ONLINE DISCUSSION GROUPS
We provide two online discussion groups for members of the University Community. The DU Parents group provides a discussion forum for students, faculty, and staff who care for children. The DU Elder Caregivers group allows members of the DU community to share resources and discuss topics about caring for adult family members.
If you are experiencing an emergency and need immediate help, call 911. For a list of resources for specific emergency situations, visit here>>
ORGANIZATIONS TO CONTACT
View our list of national and local organizations that provide support and advocacy for parents, families, children, and elder caregivers. Each listing describes the mission and purpose of the organization and provides contact information.