Better Today and Healthier Tomorrow
For decades, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has proudly served Georgia as the healthcare system our community trusts to make kids better today and healthier tomorrow. Whether you're looking for advice on caring for your a child with a cold, need to access a patient handout after a visit, or are in search of resources to help raise healthy, resilient kids—we've got you covered.
Patient Handouts and Educational Resources
Downloadable and printable resources to help parents and caregivers navigate care, from conditions and diagnoses to treatment plans.
Helping Families Be Strong4Life
Strong4Life is one of the many ways we deliver on the promise of a healthier tomorrow. As the prevention arm of Children's, our team has resources to help families raise healthy, safe, resilient kids.
Browse All Health Topics
From preventing the flu and managing your child’s asthma to navigating serious illnesses and injuries, we’ve put together resources to help parents be their best.
Pediatric Care, Urgent Care or Emergency Care?
Knowing where to take your child will help her get needed care quickly and might help you avoid a long wait.
Is Melatonin Safe for Kids?
Do you experience bedtime battles with your little one? Find out if melatonin is safe for your child.
How to Safely Clean Your Child’s Ears
Make sure you don’t do more harm than good by reading these tips before cleaning your child’s ears.
How to Avoid Medication Mistakes
The last thing parents should do is make their sick child more sick by giving him the wrong medication—or too much. Here’s what to know.
The No. 1 Way to Keep Germs Away
Few things are more effective at preventing the spread of germs than good handwashing. Here’s what to know and how to teach your kids to do it right.
What Specialties Does Children's Offer
Children's has a proven track record of providing advanced, compassionate care to kids and teens. Our pediatric care experts practice more than 60 different specialties.see our services
This content is general information and is not specific medical advice. Always consult with a doctor or healthcare provider if you have any questions or concerns about the health of a child. In case of an urgent concern or emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department right away. Some physicians and affiliated healthcare professionals on the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta team are independent providers and are not our employees.