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American Academy of Pediatrics


Immunization schedules by age.


               Birth-6 years  In English


                                        En Español 


                7-18 years      In English


                                        En Español


Health information and parenting guidance.

In English

En Español




Common Sense Media


Look at the science behind vaccinations, track epidemics and investigate the serious human costs of opting out. 


"Vaccines: Calling the Shots"


Empowers children, teens, and adults to make informed choices about media and technology.






CHADD is devoted to improving the lives of individuals with ADHD.




Our local hospital provides nursery, emergency, laboratory, radiology, and other services.


Island County Public Health

Seattle Children's Hospital


Oversees community and family health services such as Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program.


WIC Program




Family-centered health care, education, and research.  Includes main hospital and regional clinics.



Within Reach

Parent Help 123


Makes the connections Washington families need to be healthy.


Within Reach




A website full of resources for families and individuals in Washington state.


Parent Help 123



Macaroni Kid

1-2-3 Magic Parenting

Find family-oriented events and activities on Whidbey Island.


Macaroni Kid



Read the latest newsletters to help you with solutions for your parenting concerns.


1-2-3 Magic Parenting



Toddler Learning Center

Essentials of Parenting Toddlers & Preschoolers

Provides therapy, education, and parent support for children 0-36 months with developmental delays on Whidbey Island. 



CDC website that helps you handle common parenting challenges.



CDC's Developmental Milestones Quiz

A quiz of common milestones related to how children play, learn, speak, act, and move


Milestones Quiz

Milestones Checklists



Special Needs Resource Guide

Parenting guides for parents of disabled children provided by Island County Human Services.


Resource Guides

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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