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We know how frightening the COVID-19 pandemic may be for parents – especially parents of immunocompromised children. At this time, the full impact of COVID-19 on children, especially those with compromised immune systems, is unknown. However, limited information so far shows that most healthy children with the virus have done well. Here are some recommendations … continue reading
Las citas de telesalud son consultas virtuales con un proveedor de CHOC que se realizan a través de un teléfono inteligente, tableta o computadora. Llame al consultorio de atención primaria para programar una consulta con el pediatra de CHOC. Llame al Centro de Acceso al Paciente de CHOC al 888-770-2462 para que lo atienda un … continue reading
Social distancing and proper hand-washing are critical ways to protect yourself and your family from COVID-19. Cloth face coverings are an additional step to slow the spread of COVID-19. Get answers to your frequently asked questions in this Q&A with CHOC Children’s infectious disease experts. Do I have to wear a face covering in public? … continue reading
By Dr. Chris Min, pediatric psychologist at CHOC Children’s and Luiza Mali, predoctoral intern at CHOC Children’s Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have experienced a thirst for answers and information — especially to help guide our behavior and try to put our worries at ease. Due to social isolation, many of us have looked … continue reading
We know how frightening it may be for parents to hear news reports about the 2019 novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Get answers to your frequently asked questions – and some peace of mind – in this Q & A with CHOC Children’s infectious disease experts. What is COVID-19? COVID-19 is a disease caused by a novel … continue reading
By Dr. Sabrina Stutz, pediatric psychologist at CHOC Children’s Mental health services don’t always need to be carried out in person. Services can be delivered via a smartphone, tablet or computer. You and your child can engage in mental health services for telehealth from any private location with internet access. If you are new to … continue reading