Resources

As parents, we want to do what’s best for our children, and we don’t like getting caught in a situation where we don’t know what to do, where to go or who to call.

Valley Children’s Healthcare assembled this list of resources to put helpful information at your fingertips.

Everyday Health & Safety

Valley Children’s Hospital Health Encyclopedia

Kohl’s Water Safety Program at Valley Children’s Hospital

California Poison Control

Children’s Safety Network

Eagle Medical Services: CPR/First Aid Courses

Healthy Kids

Injury Prevention Network 

Kids.gov – Parents

Kids.gov – Teens

Kids.gov– Kids

Kids Health

RSV Protection

Safe Car: Parents Central

Safe Kids

Water Safe

Water Safety

Web MD: Foods to Eat When You Have the Flu

Pregnancy & Infant Care

Maternal Fetal Center

BabyCenter

Baby Center: 12 Steps to a Healthy Pregnancy

Baby Center: Pregnancy Health

CDC: Pregnancy

CDC: Infant Health

Common Infant and Newborn Problems

Infant Care and Infant Health

Kids Health: – Pregnancy

Lowering the risk of SIDS

Office of Women’s Health

WebMD: Health and Pregnancy

Creating a B.U.M.P. for Your Baby

Before anyone can see the bump on your belly, you should have a BUMP in your bag.

A Baby Urgent Medical Plan (BUMP) prepares you for bumps in the road.

While most pregnancies progress perfectly, some take an unexpected turn.

If your baby needs special medical attention from a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), your BUMP will provide you with easy access to critical information.

Valley Children’s Hospital recommends that you:

If your baby needs a NICU, your BUMP will clarify your wishes and help ensure you receive the best care.

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