#VoteKids this November!

Election Day 2020 is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Children can’t vote, but you can!

Voting is one of the main ways that citizens can affect policies and laws that govern access to essential resources like high-quality nutrition, education, housing, and health care. Many children’s health issues are at stake this election. Before you vote, ask your candidates where they stand on key child health issues, including:

Health Care Coverage
Health Care Access
Health Care Inequities
COVID-19 Global Health Pandemic
Immigrant Child Health
Gun Violence
Climate Change

To learn more on how children are affected by these issues, visit AAP’s Election 2020: Vote Kids resource page.

For Florida-specific voting information, including requesting a mail-in ballot, early voting, and finding a polling place, visit Vote.org.

Important Dates to Remember:
10/19 – 11/1:  Early voting; multiple sites 7 am – 7 pm
10/24:  Last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot
11/3:  Election Day; polls open 7am – 7 pm

Together, we can #SupportFLKids when we #VoteKids this November!

The following suggestions have been created to serve as a resource or reference for you. This list is by no means exhaustive and the FCAAP assumes no responsibility for content on linked sites. If you have any questions or concerns about any information contained here, please speak with your pediatrician or your pediatric dentist.

COVID-19 Parent Resources

Click here for FCAAP’s compilation of resource materials for parents on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. This list is updated as new information becomes available.

Find a Pediatric Healthcare Provider

FCAAP Parenting Corner



Emergency Medical Services

Developmental Stages

Disaster Preparedness

Divorce Education

Domestic Violence Prevention

Drowning Prevention


Florida KidCare




Website Button for Partners

Led by the Florida Department of Health, Spill the Water! is a fun, educational campaign that teaches kids about mosquitoes. Mosquitoes can breed in as little as one teaspoon or a bottle cap of water, so eliminating sources of standing water around homes is critical to keep mosquitoes from multiplying. When kids Spill the Water!, they can be superheroes in their home and community! Visit the campaign website for fun activity sheets for kids and useful information for parents on protecting children and babies from mosquitoes.

Public Charge Resources

The public charge rule goes into effect on February 24, 2020.

  • Public Charge: Does This Apply to Me? (English and Spanish)
  • Know Your Rights! Public Charge Messages for Community Members (English and Spanish)
  • Should I Keep My Kids Enrolled in Health & Nutrition Programs? (English and Spanish)


Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-2019)

 Health Care Transitions for Youth


Cardiac Health



Medicaid Eligibility

Mental Health


Perinatal Health

Obesity Prevention

Oral Health

School Health Services

Vehicle and Child Safety


Parent Links



Spanish Content

Acoplamientos Del Padre

Las sugerencias siguientes se han creado para servir como un recurso o referencia para usted. Esta lista es de ninguna manera exhaustiva y el FPS/FCAAP no puede asumir ninguna responsabilidad del contenido en sitios ligados. Si usted tiene algunas preguntas o preocupaciones por alguna información contenida aquí, hable por favor con su pediatra o su dentista pediátrico.