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Take the 101 South in Tempe to Elliot Road. Turn right on Elliot, then turn left at the next light onto River Parkway. This is the entrance to the ASU Research Park, you will see the sign and waterfountains as you turn in. As you come into the park go down and take the first u-turn that you can, come back up and turn right onto Research Drive from there you should see the Bright Horizons sign and turn in. We are across the street from Freescale Semiconductor.

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  • American Academy of Pediactrics Safety and medical information from the academy's pediatricians regarding children's health
  • Arizona Department of Education Website dedicated to Arizona early childhood standards, as well as K-12 academic standards.
  • Bright Horizons Family Solutions A fun and helpful tool for families looking for quality childcare and information about children.
  • Drs. Goodman and Partridge OB/GYN offices located in several locations for your convenience.
  • First Things First First Things First was established to help provide greater opportunities for all children five and under in Arizona to grow up ready to succeed. Through the passionate, dedicated work of the Board, staff, volunteer Regional Partnership Council members, our state agency partners, involved community providers and early childhood champions, more and greater opportunities to achieve success will be made available for each Arizona child in the coming years.
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children Establishes the standards of quality and developmentally appropriate practice amoung early child care and education programs, and providers.
  • Sign up for e-family news Informative weekly article e-mailed to families regarding current topics that range from healthy snacks and family dynamics, to news reports and safety tips.
  • Southwest Human Development Creating a Positive Future for Young ChildrenThe past decade has seen increasing national recognition of the importance of the first years of life, a time when the opportunity exists to truly make a difference and change the trajectory of a child’s life for the better.Southwest Human Development takes advantage of this “window of opportunity” by focusing on a broad range of programs for young children and their families in the following areas:Child Health & WelfareDisabilitiesHead StartTraining & EducationChild Care Training Calendar Arizona Institute for Early Childhood Development
  • Thrive to Five Thrive To Five is a project of Communities In Schools of Tempe and Kyrene and is funded by First Things First to provide family support services to parents and/or caregivers of children aged birth to five years old.Family Support services are offered through the Family Resource Centers of the Tempe Elementary and Kyrene School Districts. Parent Liaisons work within the Resource Centers as a direct contact for parents in their community.The classes are offered to families and/or caregivers of children between the ages of birth to five years old. Classes include free childcare with reservation unless indicated. Classes are listed monthly.
  • Zero to Three ZERO TO THREE is a national, non-profit organization located in Washington, D.C., dedicated solely to advancing the healthy development of babies and young children.