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Practical ideas for designing playgrounds that work for children aged 0-3 and their caregivers.

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As a new mother, Janet learned how to respect her infant's capabilities and need to initiate actions and be informed about what was going to happen. Janet shares her knowledge and experience with infants, toddlers, children - and their parents - on her website, social media, podcasts and blog. 

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A wealth of information about breastfeeding - and also health and safety issues - offered in easy-to-access topic areas. 

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Breastfeeding
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For decades, La Leche League has been offering excellent, research-based information about breastfeeding to mothers.

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Breastfeeding
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Sidelines is a nonprofit organization that offers support and information to women and families who are experiencing high-risk pregnancies. They host scheduled online chats and a discusison board.

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The mission of Lamaze International is "to promote, support and protect natural, safe and healthy birth through education and advocacy through the dedicated efforts of professional childbirth educators, providers and parents."

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Childbirth Connection "promotes safe, effective and satisfying evidence-based maternity care for all women and families."

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BirthWorks promotes safe and loving birth experiences through education, introspection and confident action. Birthworks offers classes for pregnant women and training for doulas and childbirth educators.

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Promoting an evidence-based, wellness model of maternity care that will improve birth outcomes and substantially reduce costs. 

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The National Institute for Play unlocks the human potential for play through all stages of life using science to discover all that play has to teach us about transforming our world.

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Play
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Birthing the Future is the nonprofit organization founded by author, photographer and birth educator/activist Suzanne Arms.

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