Research shows that 44% of parents wait a year to receive services for their child after acknowledging their child had a serious problem. We believe parents wait because they don’t know where to go to receive services. Once our assessment process is complete, we work closely with our families to create custom resources and recommendations to guide them to the appropriate services. Building All Children has a unique follow-up program where our staff continues to find or provide the appropriate resources for each child’s specific needs.

We offer a Resource Library within our office that allows families to check out age appropriate toys/supplies that will help build their child’s development. We want our families to experience progress, and believe that guiding them to the resources they need will help ensure that the child is growing and developing successfully.  During the resource process, our families will receive age-appropriate resources that will help build the child’s overall development.

Resource-Toy Library -These toys/supplies are readily available to check out within our Resource-Toy Library. Please contact our office if you would like to participate in our Resource Library.

External Resources – Community Resources– Building All Children works hard to establish strong community partners. We feel confident in our community referral list which includes; Speech Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, Counselors, Play Therapist, Mental Health Behavioral Specialist, Nutritionist, Churches, Private and Public Schools, Homeschooling Programs, State and Federal Resources, many other Non-profit Programs. We believe in the power of working together as a team and building strong families together.

Internal Resources- BAC Resources: Many times the child does not need therapy or need community resources. The family just needs to understand what area is falling behind and how to build development. Building All Children works closely with the child’s family to educate them and teach them how to build development in their home. We also provide these services in our office; working one-on-one with the child and helping the family set goals to achieve.  

Books-Online Resources -The following is a list of websites, books, and resources that we have found helpful and believe could benefit parenting and child development:

The BIBLE! It’s the most important book and we pray that many children will read the Bible, know the Bible, understand the Bible, and when they teach the Bible, people will be drawn to their teaching.

We love the action bible for boys…they love it!

One of our favorite Bibles for children is the Jesus Storybook Bible

Great Book for new moms! How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of Life

Understanding children’s overall development from 4-14

Every teacher should read this book! Power of Our Words

Do you have a shy child? I sure do…I really enjoyed this book. It helped me understand and how to help her warm up, open up, and join in the fun! The Shyness Breakthrough

We like all of Dr. Brazelton books. He has several easy to read book. Please remember that there is not a book out there that is perfect. I believe you have to take something from each book and make it fit your family.
Toilet Training

Touchpoints is a great book for new moms and dads!

This book will help you stay positive as a new mom! We loved how it is full of scripture and brought Biblical knowledge to everyday life! Power of a Positive Mom

My husband and I are huge Joe White fans! We love what he has to say and his passion for children is unbelievable! We had the honor to listen to him speak to a group of parents and we learned so much! He helped us understand technology and the danger behind it. This book is for parents with  older children but trust me…they grow fast!
Pure Excitement: A Radical Righteous Approach to Sex, Love, and Dating

Leading Kids to Jesus is a good book with practical advice! I read it a few years ago and still use some of the wording they recommend.

Every woman should read Captivating! I have actually read it several times.

If you have a child that worry’s too much…this is a great interaction book that you can complete together. It’s a guide to help your child overcome their anxiety.
What To Do When You Worry Too Much


The Big Messy Art Book

Hands Around the World: 365 Creative Ways to Build Cultural Awareness & Global Respect

***Please note that these books are just a suggestion from Building All Children***