This is a trying time for us all.  As your trusted healthcare provider, we aim to be a helpful resource for you as you navigate your family’s health, wellness, and education during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Our Coronavirus landing page provides information about COVID-19, what we are doing at our practice, and what you should do if your child or someone in your household falls ill.




The CDC COVID-19 resource page for families provides information on how you can plan, prepare, and manage stress during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Individual CDC resource pages address important topics:


This AAP COVID-19 landing page for families explains the Coronavirus (COVID-19), who is at risk, how to protect your family, and how to care for someone who is ill.


Children’s National’s COVID-19 guide for families answers questions and offers helpful tips for parents and their children. 

From the AAP, Why Keeping Your Distance Helps Keep Others Safe.



This article from AAP helps parents who are coping with a new baby during COVID-19.


From the National Child Trauma Stress Network, here is a Parents/Caregivers Guide to Helping Families Cope.


This Stress and Coping resource page from the CDC addresses managing stress and anxiety.


From The Child Mind Institute, Supporting Kids During the Coronavirus Crisis provides tips for nurturing and protecting children at home, and Supporting Families During COVID-19 has a number of helpful resources for parents.




This article on how students can succeed during the shutdown offers advice on helping your kids and teens transition to online learning.


VA Department of Education’s Guide for Parents provides information on everything from learning at home, to building resiliency in your children, to home cleaning tips.


From the AAP, tips for Working and Learning From Home During the COVID-19 Outbreak.