Children’s COVID-19 Help Line
Visit ChildrensOmaha.org/Symptoms to access Children’s COVID-19 Symptom Checker, an online assessment tool developed by Children’s to help parents and supplement our 24/7 COVID-19 Help Line.
Back to School
The school year is starting up again. Whether it’s in person, online, or a combination of both, the start of a new year — especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic — can be stressful.
Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 and starting school.
We Continue to Care
Keeping you and your family healthy is our top priority.
COVID-19 has now made its way across the globe, including right here in Nebraska. At Children’s, our experts are focused on keeping children, families, and our community safe during the pandemic.
As the pandemic continues to unfold, juggling childcare with working from home and managing your child’s chronic condition can feel overwhelming. At Children’s, we’re here to help you adapt to this new normal and protect your family from COVID-19, because we continue to care.
What You Need to Know About:
The Basics of COVID-19
Parenting Through a Pandemic
Just Kids Podcast: Back to School Safety
In this podcast, Children’s experts discuss how to send your child back to school safely.
Businesses Are Opening. What Does That Mean For My Child?
Dining out, traveling, playdates — what’s safe as Nebraska reopens?
Cancer And COVID-19: What You Need To Know If Your Child Is Immunocompromised
If your child is being treated for cancer or has a condition that weakens their immune system, here’s what you should know about keeping them safe.
Summer Safety During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic might translate to more time spent outdoors this summer. Here are summer safety guidelines for protecting your child.
Epilepsy & COVID-19
Here is what you need to know about COVID-19 if your child has epilepsy.
Make An Appointment For COVID-19 Testing
If you suspect that you or your child have been exposed to COVID-19, please call 402-955-3200 to schedule an appointment for testing.
If your child has any of the following symptoms, your child may eligible for testing:
- Shortness of breath
- Fever above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit
- Unexplained exhaustion
If you suspect that you or another adult in the home has been exposed, please contact your primary care provider to see if you’re eligible for testing.
Donations & Community Support
Please see our donation page for information on donations and community support.