Resources

At the UF Craniofacial Center, we believe in educating and empowering parents to make the best decisions for their children. Whether you need information on feeding your baby or you’re looking for general assistance with parenting, our team is here to help with books, websites, support groups, and community connections chosen with your needs in mind.


Inside Out Care

Take a look at our new platform designed to help you track your child’s progress with their personalized plan of care. This all-in-one care planner can be accessed on your mobile device or computer. Within this platform you can see what appointments need to be made, see contact information of providers and view resources available to you. Call us today if you need assistance.


Books for Kids

We have compiled a list of different books for kids that explore hospital visits, bullying, and much more!


Organizations

A strong, healthy network of resources is vital to ensuring your children have everything they need to grow strong and healthy. The UF Craniofacial Center works with a number of organizations in meeting all of your child’s health care needs.

Online Resources


Development

We believe that understanding your child’s development is key to keeping him or her on track for educational and future success. Our team of specialists offer wrap-around care, designed with the family in mind. Feel free to ask about these and additional resources at your child’s next appointment.

Books on Development

  • Caring for Your Baby and Young Child, 5th Edition: Birth to Age 5
    Author: American Academy of Pediatrics ISBN-13: 978-0553386301
  • The Wonder Years: Helping Your Baby and Young Child Successfully Negotiate the Major Developmental Milestones
    Author: American Academy of Pediatrics ISBN-13: 978-0553383973

Education

Some children with cleft lip/palate and other craniofacial malformations may also have learning disabilities and various educational challenges. Early diagnosis and intervention are important, as well as being knowledgeable about your child’s educational rights.

Public law 94-142, a federal law, states that every child has the right to a free, appropriate, public education. For some children, this may involve the use of an Individualized Education Plan, or IEP, in which you, your child, your child’s teachers, school administrators, health care providers, and others may participate in creating. Your UF Craniofacial Center team is here to help with questions you may have about educational choices and intervention opportunities for your child.

Educational Links


Financial Assistance

Caring for your family’s needs can be quite the challenge. Every parent knows the value of a good network when it comes to providing a healthy, nurturing environment for their children. The UF Craniofacial Center is here to help with links to insurance information and co-pay assistance.

Co-Pay Assistance