For the 2022-2023 school year, all Washington, D.C., public and charter school students will need to be up-to-date on their general childhood vaccines. Other local school districts may also have requirements. Learn where your child can get vaccinated.
Learn about the differences, safety profiles and effectiveness of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, each of which have been approved for children 6 months and older.
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- Managing chronic conditions, including asthma
- Care for children with disabilities
- Adolescent healthcare
- Hearing and vision screening
- Immunizations and flu shots
- Newborn exams
- Behavioral problems
- School and learning problems
All Children’s National primary care practices in Washington, D.C., and Maryland have received National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition. This nationally recognized designation reflects our commitment to patient-centered, coordinated care that supports access, communication and patient involvement.
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Six tips for parents of teen drivers
Research shows that parents can make a difference by talking to their teens about expectations. Use these teen driver tips to help your child become a safer driver.