Links to Parent Resources

The internet is a great place to source information and inspiration about many topics. Here are some that we have found useful:


Dr Harry Zehnwirth's Ballarat Pediatric Clinic. http://www.ballaratpaediatricclinic.com.au/
American Academy of Pediatrics - general child health topics http://www.aap.org/topics.html
American Academy of Pediatrics - infancy health topics http://www.aap.org/healthtopics/stages.cfm
American Academy of Physicians - promoting and Supporting Breast-Feeding
http://www.aafp.org/afp/20000401/2093.html
Canadian Institute of Child Health http://www.cich.ca/
Canadian Pediatric Society's Caring for Kids http://www.caringforkids.cps.ca/
Canadian Parent Help Line Link Library www.parenthelpline.ca/revised_2006/linklibrary_eng.html
Canadian Parents http://www.canadianparents.com/

Child Care Chat   http://www.childcarechat.com.au/
International Lactation Consultants Association http://www.ilca.org/
La Leche League International http://www.lalecheleague.org/
New Parent Resource Guide http://www.parentguide.ca/
Public Health Agency of Canada http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/
SIDS Prevention and Support http://www.sidsalliance.org/
The College of Family Physicians of Canada http://www.cfpc.ca/
The National SIDS/Infant Death Resource Center http://www.sidscenter.org/
Comprehensive American health information site http://medlineplus.gov/
Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Department of General Medicine, parent information leaflets and links to other parent resources. www.rch.unimelb.edu.au/genmed/parents.cfm?doc_id=2403
Being Dad and Being Dad 2. These popular DVDs run for approximately 90 minutes each and hold almost 3 hours of additional features, including eye-opening and informative interviews - with the questions you wish you could ask these guys - obstetricians, pediatricians, sleep experts, financial experts, psychologists, midwives, along with behind the scenes material, deleted scenes and much, much more. On Being Dad 2 Dr Harry shares his insights and expertise into sleep and baby settling, with a particular emphasis on how this affects Dads.
http://www.thebabydvd.com/babydvd/
American consumer and patient health information website www.caphis.mlanet.org/consumer/
Fact sheets on many health related issues provided by Children's Hospital Westmead (Sydney, Australia) www.chw.edu.au/parents/factsheets/
Fact sheets on an extensive range of health issues in babies and children provided by Sydney Children's Hospital www.sch.edu.au/factsheets.asp
Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sounds_for_Silence