NEW PSAS ON PARENTING FROM THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS
Parents have many sources of information, but one of the most trusted has always been their child’s pediatrician. In a new series of public service announcements, the nation’s pediatricians offer warm, practical tips for some of the top questions they hear every day from parents:
- How do I protect my child from Zika, West Nile and other mosquito-borne viruses?
- How do I know if my child has a concussion?
- Will my car seat protect my baby in a crash?
Please run these PSAs on your station. The featured PSA for September 2017 is “Car Seat Tips.”Read more
The American Academy of Pediatrics is the nation’s largest association of pediatricians and is dedicated to the health and well-being of all children. The American Academy of Pediatrics is a 501(c)3 accredited organization with chapters in all 50 states.
We need the support of stations like yours to deliver these messages to keep children healthy in your community.
Susan Stevens Martin
Director, Division of News, Media and Public Relations
American Academy of Pediatrics