University of Florida


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Families today are diverse, but they share many of the same concerns: how to raise their children, how to interact and spend time with each other, and how to manage their finances.

  • Children
    Age-specific information about health and nutrition, child care, behavior, learning, and other topics.
  • Couples
    Learn how to keep your relationships healthy, whether you're established or just starting out.
  • Finances
    Consumer rights, insurance, debt and credit management, saving and investing.
  • Nontraditional Families
    Single parents, grandparents raising grandchildren, adoptive families, stepfamilies.
  • Parenting
    Different parenting styles, support systems, and understanding your children.
  • Special Needs
    Resources for people with special needs or disabilities and their caregivers.
  • Time Management
    Setting and prioritizing goals efficiently.