View tips and instructions for how to talk to children of different ages about disasters.
The AAP developed The Pediatric Preparedness Resource Kit in response to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic.
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook school shooting, the AAP offers resources for members to improve firearm safety, mental health screening/services, and school safety.
Includes provisions that will have a significant impact on national preparedness capacity for children.
The AAP has established a program to offer training to pediatricians and other pediatric health care providers to increase their skills.
Learn how you can help promote preparedness.