Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Resources
Find resources and instructions on how to join a video visit with a CHOP provider. To start, you will need an active MyCHOP account and a mobile phone or tablet.
Experts believe physical distancing (also called social distancing) will help slow the spread of COVID-19. Physical distancing can be especially hard for children. This video shares some guidelines.
Help your child prepare for drive-through COVID-19 testing by watching this video which shows and explains the process in child-friendly terms.
Learn some simple ways to prepare your child for the experience of drive-through testing for COVID-19.
Reference guides to help aide in family decision-making about child care and considerations for safe reopening of child care centers during COVID-19.
These guided videos and audio recordings can help create a more peaceful and restful state of mind for parents, caregivers, and adolescent/young adult patients.
The Connelly Resource Center for families is located on the 8th floor of the Main Hospital. Inside, families will find a family and children's library, a learning center and a hospitality area for free services such as laundry, business needs, naps, learning or relaxing.
The Little Rock Foundation Resource Room, located on the 11th floor of Buerger, offers a broad range of services to support parents and families of children with impaired vision, hearing and other disabilities.
The Jill & Mark Fishman Center for Families, located on the first floor of the Main Hospital, provides families with a welcoming space as well as assistance with housing, transportation and local resources.
In celebration of the 100th episode of the Primary Care Perspectives podcast, Dr. Katie Lockwood welcomes a special guest, author Jessica Lahey, to discuss her most recent book, “The Addiction Inoculation: Raising Healthy Kids in a Culture of Dependence.”
Resources for Families
The Family Justice Partnership provides free legal services to patient families in select locations whose health and well-being may be negatively affected by a legal barrier.
In this video you’ll join the Delaney family on their journey, learn about the large team involved in the separation surgery, and see how Abby and Erin are doing today.
An update on Abby and Erin Delaney, who were born conjoined and separated at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Now now 2½ years old, they are making amazing strides in their growth and development.