Human Development & Relationships programs enrich families and strengthen communities. Backed by university research, we work for Wisconsin families by:
- Helping communities respond to issues such as childhood obesity, financial security, and aging.
- Providing leadership for policies that help children, youth and families succeed.
- Increasing knowledge about parenting, health and nutrition.
- Offering consumers and families more strategies for managing their money.
- Reaching out to diverse families with education and resources.
- Using cost effective approaches to reduce negative family issues and build more resilient families.
UW-Extension Family Living Programs: https://www.facebook.com/HDRInstitute/
Parenting the Preschooler – Scary Events more information
Managing Family Technology Before It Manages You (Parenting: Behind the Behavior)
Do you ever feel as if technology manages you more than you manage it? Are you looking to make a change in your family technology? Adding a device? Spending less time on a screen? Dr. Anne Clarkson shares a two-part equation to establish a successful family media plan and successfully manage family technology decisions.
RESOURCES – Dealing with the effects of Covid-19
HOME ALONE – Evaluating and teaching children what they need to know to stay home alone. more information
MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL FINANCES IN TOUGH TIMES – more information
HOW TO TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS:
CHECK YOUR FREE CREDIT REPORT – more information
Annual Credit Report – Website
- Food Safety and Healthy website: http://www.foodsafety.wisc.edu.
- We invest in people to grow stronger communities. For more information on Human Development & Relationships, click here.
Smart Start – You-tube link
Health News from Around the State
If you have any questions regarding Human Development & Relationships in Door County, please contact:
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UW-Madison Division of Extension Door County
County Government Center
421 Nebraska St.
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Office Hours: M-F 8 am to 4:30 pm