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  • Parent Coach Atlanta Parent Coach Atlanta is a firm dedicated to helping parents achieve peace and harmony in their homes.
  • Quality Care for Children Quality Care for Children is the resource for parents, child care providers and community leaders in Georgia seeking information, assistance and support in securing high quality early learning experiences for infants and young children.


  • Bright Horizons Family Solutions This website offers valuable information about Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Read about our curriculum "The World at Their Fingertips", learn more about our Growing Readers program, and access current information on the family and work life benefits.
  • Bright From The Start Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (Bright from the Start) is responsible for meeting the child care and early education needs of Georgia's children and their families. Bright from the Start oversees a wide range of programs focused primarily on children ages birth to school age and their families.
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children Official website of NAEYC. Provides valuable resources to parents of children in early childhood learning programs. The site also lists NAEYC accreditated programs by area.