Here are a few of our favorite, user friendly websites:

The only parenting Web site backed by 60,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.

The American Academy of Pediatrics official website. Lots of information about our field and updates for parents are available.

A one stop site for information on diseases and conditions, travel vaccinations, healthy living, emergency preparedness, injury prevention & safety, environmental safety, and the latest updates affecting public health.

The U.S. consumer product safety website. The latest recalls on consumer goods including toys can be found here.

A great website to learn about the benefits of vaccines. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the top Children’s Hospitals in the U.S. and provides a detailed look at every vaccine on the market including information on safety and other frequently asked questions.

The National Network for immunization information. This organization provides up to date scientific based information for health professionals and the general public and does not accept funding from vaccine manufacturers or the federal government. For a complete immunization schedule, just click on the link above and look for the tab titled “For Parents”.

The official website of the Mayo Clinic, a national leader in diagnosis and treatment of disease. Use the symptom checker, look up drugs and supplements, and learn about tests and other procedures on this easy to use, comprehensive website.

The Kansas Department of Health’s official website. Get the latest and most pertinent information about health issues affecting Kansans, including environmental and health regulations unique to our state.

This is an information guide designed to connect Kansans with resources for individuals with disabilites. Phone # 1-800-332-6262

This non-profit organization helps families of children adn yout with special healthcare nees. Because these needs are often chronic and complex, parents are often challenged to find resources and support.

The parent training and information center serving Kansas families who have a son/daughter with special needs.