Parenting Now on YouTube
Have you visited our YouTube channel recently? It's filled with videos to help you on your parenting journey, including:
It’s no secret that toddlers and preschoolers love music. But what you might not know is that music plays an important role in your child’s development, benefiting early literacy skills and building fine- and gross- motor skills. For this reason, we've developed a series of Circle Time videos to watch with your toddler.
"Am I letting my child stay up too late?" "Why is my toddler so emotional lately?" These videos delve into our most frequently requested topics in parenting groups. From routines to approaches to discipline, there is a topic for all stages of parenting.
Articles for Parents
Danielle, Healthy Families Program
"Through the Healthy Families program, I learned to enjoy playtime and keep my kids entertained, as well as give them the tools to succeed in learning."
RL Widmer, First Three Years Program
"I gained so much from the discussions we had in our parenting groups. Those groups formed the foundation of who I am as a father."
Erin Bowling, Incredible INFANTs
"Being part of a group—sharing our fears and triumphs—helped me to see that we each have our own parenting style, and even helped me to recognize my own triumphs."
Frequently Asked Questions
Families have a variety of options with parenting groups and services from Parenting Now. Some of our programs include the First 3 Years for families with newborns or young children; Make Parenting A Pleasure, for families dealing with stress who have children from newborn to age 8; Crecer, our group for Spanish-speaking families; and Program for Young Parents, providing support for pregnant and parenting teens and young adults.
Parenting Now's Enrollment Specialist will help place you in the right program. Give us a call at 541-434-4343, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of our programs are free; others have fees, but all of our programs are available to all families in the community, regardless of ability to pay. Some programs use a sliding scale, some are offered free to qualified low-income families, and some provide scholarships for families that want to participate.
Parenting Now uses donations and fundraising to cover most of the costs. We do not require documentation of need. Please call us at 541-4343-4343 or email email@example.com to learn more.
Parenting groups are a great place to meet parents with similar aged children.
In addition, our drop-in programs, such as Baby Connection, Squishtivities, and the LGBTQ+ Parent Group are also wonderful places to meet other parents with babies and toddlers.