Our commitment to the well-being of children goes beyond our walls. We connect with kids, their families and their communities by advocating for child health, offering classes on topics such as puberty and babysitting, and providing free or low-cost safety and injury-prevention gear.
For more than 100 years, we’ve been dedicated to improving the health and safety of our region's children through advocacy. Read more about our advocacy efforts.
Seattle Children's community programs:
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This four-hour safety class is for new and expectant parents and others who care for babies from birth through age 1.
Youths 11 to 14 years of age learn responsible babysitting by studying basic child development, infant and child care, safety, how to handle emergencies, age-appropriate toys, business hints and what parents expect.
This two-part class is recommended for boys 10 to 12 years old and a parent or trusted adult. The sessions focus on what both the child and parent should expect as boys begin adolescence.
This two-part class is recommended for girls 10 to 12 years old and a parent or trusted adult. The sessions focus on what the child and parent should expect as girls begin adolescence.
This state-of-the-art mobile laboratory teaches the vital link between science and health, and inspires tomorrow’s scientists and healthcare professionals.
The my Good Growing email newsletter offers health and safety information for children from newborn to 14.
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