Free Tools for Keeping Track of Your Child's Health

Posted on 08/08/2013

Tracking your children's important health information is critical, but also challenging. These free tools will help you keep data like vaccines, medicines and more in one organized place.

Kids' Wellness Tracker
Use the all-in-one Kids' Wellness Tracker to record your children's height, weight, BMI, medicines and more. The free app, developed by the makers of Children's TYLENOL and Children's Motrin, also includes dosing tools.

Care Notebook
Become an expert in your child's care by creating a Care Notebook. Build your own with free printable forms at Take the notebook with you to all of your child's appointments and even on vacation. That way you'll always have a copy of your child's immunization records, specialist reports and more.

WebMD Vaccine Tracker
Managing and tracking vaccines can be difficult. The WebMD Vaccine Tracker is a free online tool to help you record vaccinations for everyone in your family. The program will also send you reminders when vaccines are needed so you're sure to stay up to date.

The American Academy of Pediatrics helps parents identify what may be wrong with their child with the free KidsDoc app. Parents can choose between 99 symptoms like fever, cough, vomiting and rash to determine what may be wrong. It can help parents make smart decisions on the level of care needed for their child.

Do you know what you would do in an emergency? Would you be able to recall your child's doctor, blood type or allergies? The free smart-ICE Lite app allows you to catalog the most critical medical information in one convenient spot. Parents can even record a message giving EMS providers important details or instructions in the event of an emergency.

By Alison Storm

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