CDC’s Milestone Tracker Mobile App
Now you can track your child’s development on your smartphone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention app helps families learn more about their children’s growth and development. It has info on developmental milestones a child will achieve as well as videos and photos of the “milestones in action.” From birth to age 5, your child will reach milestones and this app allows you to keep track with an interactive illustrated checklist. It is also a great resource during your child’s doctor’s appointments. To learn more about and download the Milestone Tracker Mobile App, click here.
Kids Health from Nemours – Is It Contagious?
What do you do if your child’s daycare has an outbreak of pinkeye? Or if you have questions about a play date with a kid recovering from an ear infection? This free mobile app provides instant, reliable information and images on 85+ infections and other conditions newborns, kids and teens get. Download it now, by clicking here!
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Health Information at Your Finger Tips CDC 24/7’s free mobile app gives weekly information about contagious diseases to learn about, prevention tips, pertinent health concerns, Q&As, including links, podcasts, and videos for families. Download it now, by clicking here!
Text4baby Message is the largest and a completely FREE mobile information service designed to promote maternal and child health through text messaging. Just text BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411 to receive weekly health and safety tips! For more information, click here for the Factsheet or click here for the Brochure.
Florida’s Office of Early Learning has partnered with Vroom to present early learning brain-building activities to parents of children ages 0 to 5. The Daily Vroom app offers daily activities for parents to try during mealtimes, bath times and anytime throughout everyday routines. To learn more, click here.
Footsteps2Brilliance is an early learning solution that helps children become proficient readers. Footsteps2Brilliance curriculum contains more than a thousand interactive books, songs and games that can be read in either English or Spanish. To learn more, click here. If you live in Osceola County, go to “Osceola Reads” at https://osceolareads.com/