Live, Interactive, Pediatric-Health Seminars on Facebook

Keeping up with the latest children’s health information just got easier. Join us each month for a Facebook Live question-and-answer seminar with one of our certified pediatric specialists. Our medical experts will answer your questions — wherever you are — on your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer.

Follow us on Facebook to get notifications on our live “Ask a Kid Doc” events at

Each month, we’ll cover a new topic, including:

Month Topic
January Flu
February Pregnancy and Newborn Care
March Allergies and Asthma
April Sensory Friendly Needs
May Bullying

Common Questions About Facebook Live

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Do I Need to RSVP for the Event Beforehand?

No. Turning on the Facebook Live notifications will alert you prior to the event. If you do RSVP, you will receive advance notice of the topic and time/date we will be going live. This will also give you the opportunity to ask questions in advance.

How Do I Know If a Video Is Live?

Once you turn on the notifications option, Facebook will let you know when we are going live. You will see a red icon at the top, left-hand corner of the video indicating that it is a live video. Also, the word “Live” is written next to the icon, along with the number of current viewers.

How Do I Ask Questions During a Live Broadcast? What If My Question Is Not Answered?

Simply type your questions in the comment section below the video. The automatic comment scrolling feature will ensure we will see your questions as you present them. Don’t worry. If we don’t answer your question when we are live, the pediatrician will follow up in the comments section once our live session ends.

Oh No! I Missed the Live Broadcast. Can I Still Watch It?

Of course! The video will be published to our page immediately after the event. You can watch it whenever you are ready. If you have questions that were not answered during the live event, you can post them in the comments section. We will follow up with answers shortly after.