At Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, our mission is to make kids better today and healthier tomorrow. Strong4Life is one of the many ways we deliver on that promise. Armed with a team of Children’s doctors, therapists, nurses, registered dietitians and other wellness experts, Strong4Life has resources to help busy families raise healthy, safe, resilient kids.
Everything on Strong4Life.com is created by a Children’s team of experts. We want to share what we practice with our patients—and our loved ones—with the goal of making your family’s life a little easier, healthier, safer and less stressful.
Whether you want to improve the communication within your family, help your kids develop a healthy relationship with food, learn about different safety tips or develop your kids’ emotional well-being, we are here for you.
Explore Ways Strong4Life Can Support Your Family
From topics on setting limits to talking to your child about role models, routines or screen time, we offer an abundance of resources for parents.
Movement is key to building a child’s confidence and love for staying active. These resources are helpful in making sure your kid is happy and healthy.
Feeding and Nutrition
Whether you have questions about how much formula or breastmilk your baby needs or how to prevent picky eating, our team is here to help.
Learn more about everything from water safety and sleep safety to teen driving safety and car seat tips from our team of experts.
It’s not always easy to talk to your kids about stress, grief or challenging behavior. We can help support your child’s emotional health.
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Our Strong4Life team at Children’s is constantly developing, implementing and enhancing our programs, clinics, and community efforts to help reach more families to support the physical and emotional wellness of kids from birth to age 18.
We provide resources to schools, childcare centers and healthcare clinicians, in addition to offering a Strong4Life Clinic for families whose children may be struggling with health issues related to weight and Camp Strong4Life, where kids can attend an overnight camp that offers fun, healthy activities.