Informational Resources

Child Development

American Academy of Pediatrics: Bright Futures


ZERO TO THREE is a national organization that works to promote healthy development and well-being of infants, toddlers and their families. This is a helpful website for professionals, parents, and policymakers. Visit for more information.

Booster Seat Law: On January 1, 2007, Hawai‘i passed a booster seat law requiring children ages four through seven to ride in a child safety seat or booster seat whenever traveling in a motor vehicle. The only exemptions are if the child is over 4’9″ or if the vehicle has lap-only seat belts in the rear seat. Go to  Keiki Injury Prevention Coalition’s website for more information.

The Family Education Training Center of Hawai‘i is an affiliate of the Family Education Centers of Hawai‘i. The Family Education Training Center provides child development classes geared towards children. Kids will learn about agreements and consequences, communication skills, conflict resolution, identifying feelings, and more. For information visit Family Education Training Center of Hawai‘i's website.