Located in Stamford, CT and Darien, CT, Stamford Pediatrics has been helping patients for over
We are very proud to be known for providing high quality care to our patients.
Stamford Pediatric Associates takes pride in keeping up with the latest medical information. All of our physicians attend a minimum of twenty-five hours of Continuing Medical Education yearly. Multiple of our physicians have been recognized as part of the Connecticut Top Doctors 2021.
Whether you are new to the practice or we have been caring for your children for years, it is our pleasure and honor to care for your family.
Parent Guide For Healthy Interactive Media and Digital Wellness: Birth to Adulthood.
Our colleagues at Harvard have developed a web site chock loaded with resources which will help you to navigate your children’s digital well being. Parenting in the digital age is a daunting task, by accessing these resources, you will be better equipped to: be proactive, teach your children and trouble shoot ongoing problems at all ages.
What to do for your child if you can’t find over the counter fever reducers.
This article will give helpful advice for when store shelves are empty.
PAID Research Study
Why are some children sick months after getting COVID?
Your child can join a paid study to help us learn about the long-term health effects of COVID on children. You are encouraged to participate whether your child has had COVID or never had COVID. Yale Children's Hospital is one of the departments participating in this important research. For more information, please see this flyer.
Health News & Updates
Tips for parents of teens: How to identify and manage teen relationship violence.
Knowing or even suspecting that your child is in an unhealthy relationship can be both frustrating and frightening. But as a parent, you’re critical in helping your child develop healthy relationships and can provide life-saving support if they are in an abusive relationship. Remember, dating violence occurs in both same-sex and opposite-sex couples and any…Read More
COVID-19 & Other Respiratory Illnesses: How Are They Different?
Your child has a stuffy nose, cough and fever. Is it a cold? The flu? Or are they symptoms of COVID? Some COVID, flu, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and cold symptoms can be alike. But there are some clues that set each of these common viruses apart. Even with masks and vaccines, contagious viruses are…Read More
Take 5 and Prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome
Shaken Baby Syndrome occurs when a frustrated caregiver shakes an infant, causing severe brain and spinal injuries. It is natural to find taking care of a baby challenging, but caregivers should follow the Take 5 plan to give themselves a break, walk away, and return to the baby calmly. By taking the time to reduce…Read More
Teal Pumpkin Project – A Allergy-Safe Halloween
The Teal Pumpkin Project is a simple way to make trick-or-treating safer and more inclusive for the one in 13 children living with food allergies, and many others impacted by intolerances and other conditions. Placing a teal pumpkin on your doorstep signals that, in addition to candy, you offer non-food trinkets and treats that are safe for all…Read More
Allergy-Safe Tips for Trick-or-Treating
Every year, millions of children look forward to Halloween, planning their costumes and anticipating loads of candy. But kids with food allergies (and their parents) must approach Halloween with caution – and diligent label-reading! Many candies are off-limits for kids with food allergies, either because their allergen is an included ingredient or because of the…Read More
Halloween Safety Tips
Walk Safely Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross. Put electronic devices down, keep heads up and walk, don’t run, across the street. Teach children to make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them. Always…Read More
24 Halloween Treats Kids Can Make
More sweet than scary, these easy Halloween treats for kids are sure to delight your little goblins and ghosts. Not only are these a blast to make, but they will also be the hit of any Halloween celebration. Whether you’re looking for snacks for a kids’ party or just something unique to celebrate the holiday…Read More
How to Choose the Right Size Bike & Helmet: Tips for Parents
A bicycle that’s the wrong size for your child can be more than just uncomfortable. A bike that’s too big or too small can cause them to lose control and get hurt. Making sure their helmet is the right size for them is also important to protect against injuries. Tips to help your child’s bike…Read More
Selecting Healthy Snacks for Toddlers
Toddlers use a lot of energy to grow and play, and their little stomachs can’t hold enough food to keep them from getting hungry between meals. Many young children need both a morning and an afternoon snack. These should be timed so they will still be hungry for lunch and dinner. Snacks should include a…Read More
Newly Updated Family Media Plan Helps Balance Screen Time With Other Activities
Media Family Plans: A Great Way To Get Control Of Screens Without ArgumentsRead More
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