Web Sites - Useful Information
  • www.healthcare.gov ~ Health care options through the Federal Insurance Exchange
  • www.vaccines.org/forparents.htm - The Vaccine Page provides links to Websites that offer valid information and news for parents about vaccines.
  • www.fda.gov/oc/opacom/kids/default.htm - The Kids Page offers information and news for both parents and children about vaccines, food safety, medical devices, animals and other things going on in the teen scene.
  • www.partnersforimmunization.org/- The National Partnership for Immunization (NPI) is a new program to increase national awareness of the value and importance of infant, child, adolescent and adult immunization.  The mission of NPI is to encourage greater acceptance and use of immunization for all ages through partnerships with public and private organizations.
  • www.hhs.gov/kids/parents.html- The Department of Health and Human Services offers links to Web sites that have information for parents and children.
  • www.vaccines.ashastd.org/index.html - The CDC National Immunization Information Hotline Homepage is the place for the most up-to-date immunization information, including vaccine schedules, side effects, contrindications, recommendations and more.  You can also call to order free publications and to obtain referrals to many immunizations resources such as clinics, coalitions, local and state programs, drug companies and many others.
  • www.cispimmunize.org - AAP's Childhood Immunization Support Program (CISP).  Information for providers and parents.
  • www.cispimmunize.org/fam/why.html - A description of the individual diseases and the benefits expected from vaccination.
  • www.paaap.org/immunize/ - Includes answers to common vaccine questions and topics, such as addressing vaccine safety concerns; evaluating anti-vaccine claims; sources of accurate immunizatino information on the Web; and talking with parents about vaccine safety.
  • www.vaccine.chop.edu - Information for parents from the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, which provides information for parents including Common Concerns about Vaccines, Are Vaccines Safe, and A Look at Each Vaccine.
  • http://www.neocate.com - Information on hypoallergenic formula for milk-sensitive infants.
  • http://www.goodguide.com  - Ratings of natural, green and healthy products
  • Check all second-hand products against CPSC recall lists at http://www.cpsc.gov or by
    calling (800) 638-2772
  • http://www.healthychildren.org
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLqfRQdUP7k - for safe swaddling demonstration to prevent hip problems in small infants
  • https://www.compass.state.pa.us/ - Pennsylvania website to apply for public assistance and Medicaid.  If you need it, please don't hesitate to use it.  If your child qualifies for Medicaid or CHIP, please take advantage of it
  • www.alleghenycounty.us/dhs/matp.aspx  - This is a program available to patients who are receiving Medical Assistance.  This program helps clients get to non-emergency physician/specialist appointments.  If you have issues with transportation to these types of appointments, give them a call.  Local Counties MATP phone numbers:  Allegheny = 888-547-6287;  Washington = 800-331-5058;  Beaver = 800-262-0343.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 August 2014 14:39

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