Parent Resources and Forms
We want to share our favorite web resources, so you that can learn from them and love them too.
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- HealthyChildren.org: HealthyChildren.org is 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.
- Centers for Disease Control : great for disease surveilance, and international travel information
- Safekids.org: NPO dedicated to preventing non-accidental injury to all children
- Text4baby : Free mobile information service designed to promote maternal and child health.
- SixtySecondParent.com: pithy articles on pertinent topics, such as development, behavior, nutrition and sleep
- Authorization to Release /Request Medical Information (ie. transfer of records in or out of Oberlin Rd. Peds)
- Consent By Proxy for Pediatric Care-- This allows your named family member/friend/nanny to bring the child in.
Consent by Proxy for an Underage Teen-- This allows your teenager (ages 16 & 17) to be seen without a parent
- Children's Medical Report (printable generic daycare form)
- Permission for daycare to administer medications (printable form)
- NC Kindergarten Health Assessment Report
- WCPSS (Form-1702) Medication Administration Form and Autorizacion por Medicina in WCPSS en español
- Middle School Athetic Pre-participation Physical
- High School Athletic Pre-participation Physical
- Johnston County Request for Medication Administration in School
- Harnett County Athletics Pre-Participation Form
- Harnett County Request for Medication Administration in School, HCS Student agreement for self-medication
- Boy Scout Annual Health and Medical Record
- Developmental Milestone Guide from the CDC, with checklists for ages 2 months through 5 years
- CHADD-- Children and Adults with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder
- ADHD Internet Resources from the AAP Resource Toolkit
- Autism Society of North Carolina: a great resource for families of kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorders: One Family's Story; personal article with good family-friendly links about autism screening and developmental concerns
- Exceptional Children's Acceptance Center-- Non-profit agency that provides free information to families on rights of children with special needs and learning differences. They are familiar with the processes and rights under IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) and section 504 of the ADA. They provide free information to families on rights of children with special needs and learning differences. They are familiar with the processes and rights under IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) and section 504 of the ADA. NonnonNOn
- Wholesomebabyfoods.momtastic.com : Create a little foodie one tasty little bite at a time. Great for ages 4-12 months.
- Higher Vitamin D guidelines: Currently, RDA is 400 IU/daily ages 0-12 months, and 600 IU for ages > 1.
Good books: Nutrition: What Every Parent Needs to Know, Expert Guidelines by the AAP
How to Get Your Kid to Eat... but not too much, by Ellyn Satter
- www.vaccine.org: Dedicated to presenting valid scientific information about vaccines.
- Center for Disease Control vaccine page
- CDC Travel Health: especially important before international travel
- Family Friendly Flying article from Healthy Children.org
- A Flu Guide for Parents: CDC information about protecting your child, and what to do if they are sick.
- Children and Antiviral Drugs from the CDC
- Questions and Answers: Opening & Mixing Tamiflu capsules with liquids if the child cannot swallow capsules
- Protecting against the Flu: Advice for Caregivers for children under age 6 months.