Helpful Family Resources

We've created five websites with the most up-to-date pediatric injury information and family resources to help keep kids safe – from the car seat to the driver’s seat – including how to help children recover after an injury and ways to prevent violence and strengthen communities.

Car Seat Safety For Kids

Filled with pediatric injury information, this site was developed by the Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) and the Kohl’s Injury Prevention Program at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to help parents choose and install the appropriate safety seat for their children through videos, expert information, and downloadable educational materials.

This site, launched by the Teen Driver Safety team at CIRP in 2010, offers the latest evidence-based information and tools to help prevent teen driver crashes, including fact sheets and other resources for families. It has won awards for its helpful pediatric injury information.

A decade in the making, this award-winning pediatric injury information site was created by the Post-injury Care and Recovery team at CIRP. It helps parents help their children fully recover after an injury with evidence-based tools and information.


This Spanish language website is a comprehensive free resource for parents, developed by a team of pediatricians, psychologists, trauma surgeons, and trauma nurses at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to help families recover after pediatric injury.

This pediatric injury information site, developed by the Violence Prevention team at CIRP, offers evidence-based educational tools, including videos and neighborhood safety tips, which can be used to prevent violence and strengthen community.

This pediatric injury information site was developed as part of the Minds Matter: Improving Pediatric Concussion Management project at CIRP. It provides evidenced-based information and tips from CHOP’s concussion experts for families, healthcare providers, school staff, and athletic coaches to support a child's recovery from concussion.