Congratulations on the newest (and littlest) addition to your family! Below please find links to resources for parents of new babies.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics [AAP], autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are one of the most common developmental disorders among children. Below are ASD resources for parents and their families.
A Parent's Guide to Autism from Autism Speaks
Family Resources from Autism Speaks
Free tools for tracking your child's development from the Centers for Disease Control [CDC]
Parents can contact PA's CONNECT Helpline *
with questions and concerns about their
* This helpline assists families in locating resources and providing information regarding child development for children ages birth to 5. CONNECT can assist parents by making a direct link to their county early intervention program or local preschool early intervention program.
Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)
Click here to view the CDC's Vaccine Information Statements (VIS).
Click the links below to view individual Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) for vaccines we administer in our office:
Other Online Resources
Safe Kids Worldwide
KidsHealth is the most-visited site on the Web for information about health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years.
Think of us as your go-to source for safety information and safety tips.
The primary goal of Bright Futures implementation is to support primary care practices (medical homes) in providing well-child and adolescent care
Hover over the portion of the body where your child is experiencing symptoms. Click on the section to display a list of symptoms and select the symptom from the list.
As the definitive millennial voice for all things pregnancy and parenting, The Bump supports, empowers and celebrates the journey of every parent and parent-to-be.
We are a community website and want to share the stories of other women and men who have experienced PPD. If you have a story, email us and we’d love the opportunity to share it.