Dr. Todd Harris

 July 29, 2016 – EDITOR’S NOTE: Raleigh Children continues a regular feature that attempts to answer the question,

“What are the best resources available to our families for pediatric medical information and guidance?”

We define “best resource” as being:

  • Based on the best science
  • Presented in a practical and easy-to-understand format
  • Regularly updated as we find new things
  • Not a replacement for your pediatrician’s advice – intended to supplement and keep everyone well informed!

Today’s Topic: With the completion of both political party conventions, let’s lighten the mood and look at resources intended to help us all…

Be Prepared for Threatening Weather

RCAM Approved Resource


Getting your family prepared for a disaster

From HealthyChildren.org, some general guidelines for handling a disaster – both before and after


Helping your child cope

Again from HealthyChildren.org, some general guidelines for helping children with general coping skills


Natural Disaster and Severe Weather

The CDC website has cataloged information about specific types of natural disasters and severe weather



Ready is a national public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural and man-made disasters”


Ready Kids

Ready.gov has a version of its website created with a younger reader in mind