Helpful Links

Pediatric Information

KidsDoc Symptom Checker – Is your child sick? Whether you’re on the go or at home, this interactive tool will help you know what to do next. The care guides help parents make smart decisions on what level of care (if any) is needed and how to provide speedy symptom relief for minor illnesses or injuries you can manage on your own.

Ask the Pediatrician – View answers to questions submitted from parents and caregivers just like you!

AAP – Site sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) that answers many questions that parents have – links from this site are provided throughout our website

The Center for Disease Control – Reliable information on the latest health news and medical information.

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – Atlanta’s premier healthcare organization dedicated to the health and welfare of our children.

Attention, Learning  and Mental Health Information – strategies and support for ADHD and Learning differences – for learning and attention issues – understanding special services offered by schools including 504 plans, IEP and how to prepare for school meetings

Internet Safety Information

Pediatric Nutrition

Food Allergy Information – great information on food allergies and the most current research – very helpful packet for newly diagnosed patients – FAACT – Allergy Kids – FARE – Food Allergy Kids of Atlanta

Substance Abuse Information – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service and Education

Reliable websites to obtain vaccine information: – National Network for Immunzation Information (NNii) – CDC’s website for information on travel vaccines and other traveler’s health related information

Other trustworthy websites: – For newborn screening. – National Library of Medicine website on almost all medically related topics or – National Institute of Health’s general health information website

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