If your trip is less than three days, it’s best to stay on your home schedule. For trips longer than three days, try banking sleep and adjusting your child’s schedule beforehand.
Britlan Malek, PsyD, a psychologist at Children’s National, share tips for traveling with children this summer.
We asked Lorrie Walker, Safe Kids Worldwide training manager and technical advisor, about the safety of car seat covers and inserts.
Make travel a healthy and enjoyable experience for everyone with these helpful tips.
Before you hit the road or take to the skies this holiday season, here’s what pediatricians from Children’s National Health System want you to know.