Neuroendocrine Center Resources

Caring for a child with any illness or injury can be overwhelming. To help you find answers to your questions and feel confident with the care you’re providing your child, we’ve created the following list of health resources. We hope they can help make this time in your family’s life a bit easier.

Patient Family Education

Screengrab from Solu-Cortef Emergency Injection video

This video provides step-by-step instructions on how to administer Solu-Cortef emergency injection (hydrocortisone injection), also called a "stress dose," during an emergency. The video is also available in Spanish and Arabic.


An instructive and inspiring text full of tips, recipes, and advice to parents around the world struggling with obesity in their children, and for anyone trying to promote a healthy lifestyle for their family.


The Endocrine Society is here to help you understand how hormones work and use that knowledge to manage your health. They empower high-quality, equitable healthcare for people with hormone health conditions, including diabetes and obesity, infertility, thyroid conditions, osteoporosis, and hormone-related cancers.

A Patient Education Subcommittee comprising members from the PES Education Council and the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Endocrinology have developed a series of patient education fact sheets covering topics such as growth, thyroid, puberty, diabetes, adrenal, PCOS, and vitamin D.

The Penn Pituitary Center offers comprehensive care for a full range of pituitary conditions.

A rare brain tumor diagnosis can be scary for individuals and their families.  Raymond A. Wood Foundation has created a toolkit of resources to support survivors and caregivers in whichever stage they find themselves.

MAGIC Foundation is a global leader in endocrine health, advocacy, education, and support.