Resources for Parenting

Being a parent can be at times overwhelming. For a parent with TBI, parenting can be especially difficult. It is important to identify what type of assistance is needed and where to locate those resources. Assistance can take many forms, from intervention to community support groups. If a parent needs critical assistance, call your doctor or pediatrician, or local hospital. Community organizations, churches, or school personnel may also provide assistance. Under "Editor's Notes", on the last page of this issue of NeuroNews, are listings of some resources for Boston and North Shore area.

Using modeling in parenting

Modeling in the classroom


test your tolerance and learn how to become more tolerant

Child ID Kits

Play Groups:

Playful People Playgroup 978-681-18955

Our Place Playgroup 781- 438-8800

Parenting Organizations and support:

The Child Care Circuit 978-921-1613 ext. 39

North Suburban Family Network 781-481-9389

Parent's Group 781-596-9240

Parent's Discussion Group 978-745-3326

The Family's Connection 978-957-4487

Harvard Vanguard Medical Assoc. 877-439-5465


Revised: June 06, 2002