UGA Extension helps families thrive with information for professionals and adults on fostering healthy couple relationships, positive parent-child relationships and the care of aging adults.
- Time Management: 10 Strategies for Better Time Management (C 1042) Learn 10 strategies for better time management, including knowing how to spend your time, setting priorities, using planning tools, getting organized, scheduling, delegating, and avoiding procrastinat…
- Building Baby's Brain Series: The Role of Music (C 1053-06) Children who grow up listening to music develop strong music-related connections in the brain. Some of these music pathways actually affect the way we think. Listening to classical music seems to impr…
- Building Baby's Brain Series: Prime Times for Learning (C 1053-02) Research in brain development shows there are certain windows of opportunity, known as sensitive periods, when certain parts of the brain develop most quickly. These windows are prime times for learni…
- Building Baby's Brain Series: The Basics (C 1053-01) From the moment a baby is born, every experience taken in by the five senses helps strengthen the connections that guide development. No two brains are alike! Each child's brain creates individual pat…
Adult and Family Development Family and Consumer Sciences' Extension information related to parenting, caregiving, marriage, and seniors.
Impact Statements: Adult & Family Development Descriptions of Extension efforts to improve knowledge and practices related to adult and family development.
UGA College of Family and Consumer Sciences Learn more about the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Georgia.
Federally funded project to aid Georgia couples Strengthening Relationships
Virtual Diabetes Program UGA Extension is working with the University System of Georgia to offer virtual National Diabetes Prevention Program.
Youth mental health A recent survey commissioned by the National 4‑H Council finds that 7 in 10 teens are struggling with mental health in the wake of COVID-19.