An eight-lesson curriculum series of educational programs about basic child development practices to prevent violence and teach responsible behavior.
Block Party events are times of free play with blocks of all sizes for families and their children ages 8 months to 8 years. more >
Based on Ruby Payne's research and programming, this training offers participants key lessons in understanding and working with individuals in poverty. more >
Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is a research-based education class designed to help families cope with divorce and custody. more >
How to Help Military and Veteran Families assists and supports members of the military, veterans and their families. more >
I Am Moving, I Am Learning (IMIL) is a fun, active program for caregivers of young children (birth to 5) to encourage children's movement and healthy food choices each day. more >
In partnership with the AARP, Oregon State University Extended Campus, and OSU Extension offer a practical research-based series of free, online lessons for anyone interested in healthy aging.
Developed by Talaris Institute, this research-based curriculum supports parents and caregivers in raising socially and emotionally healthy children ages birth to age 5. more >
A series of eight parenting education sessions designed for use with parents who have been mandated or encouraged to attend parenting training. more >
Purdue’s Moms Together Program provides a safe atmosphere where young pregnant or parenting mothers (ages 14-24) can share experiences and access parenting programming and resources. more >
Successful intimate partner relationships require nurturing and attention. Purdue Extension created easy-to-use fact sheets to address six areas of couple relationship challenges. more >
School Readiness sessions and resources offered through Purdue Extension focus on improving children's skills to succeed in kindergarten and beyond.
If you are an educator or child care professional, your work may bring you into contact with military children. (You might not even realize it! Do you ask?) more >