Child Health &
Children’s Hospital Resources
Pediatric care is vital to your child’s overall health. Children’s Hospital has active services in order to provide safe, thoughtful, high-quality care for children who need it. We are sharing information from the Children’s Hospital website and invite you to visit their site to learn more.
Learn what to expect – and all the ways Children’s Hospital is keeping patients safe. These measures include increased screening measures for all team members and visitors, testing patients and symptomatic caregivers, increased availability of telehealth appointments, and limiting the number of people at locations.
For ongoing updates, a list of open locations and how to get care virtually or in person, please see Children’s Hospital’s coronavirus resources for parents and resources for healthcare professionals.
COVID-19 resources for patients, parents and families:
Early Childhood Mental Health Supports for Families
To learn more about supporting your child’s emotional well-being, please explore posts available in our special Emotional Well-Being section available on our FamilySPEAK website HERE. Below are some links to help get you started:
Specific to COVID-19:
- Dr. Barbara Stroud presents COVID-19 Tips for Parents
- Emotional Resilience During the Coronavirus
- AspenPointe Supports and Press Conference
Supporting your child’s social-emotional health is not just for times of crisis. Here are resources for any time you need help.
- Local Resources for Emotional Well-Being
- Social & Emotional Foundations for Early Learning
- A Parent’s Resource Guide to Social and Emotional Learning
For details on all of the protective factors, click HERE.
Child Behavior Supports for Families
Before contacting TRE, please visit their website for important COVID-19 updates.
Early Intervention: Provides developmental supports and services to children birth through three years of age, who have special developmental needs. It can help improve a child’s ability to develop and learn. It can also help parents and family members learn ways to support and promote a child’s development, within the family’s activities and community life.
Early Childhood Specialists:
- Are you struggling to meet the unique behavioral needs of your child?
- Would you like help creating a plan to promote success at home, school, or in a community setting?
Contact Early Childhood Services at The Resource Exchange: 719.577.9190