From fall 2022 to spring 2023, we know parents everywhere (including ourselves) experienced firsthand and saw unprecedented RSV cases, inundated hospitals with hours-long waits, children’s medicine shortages, and everything in between.
This year’s season of sickness has taken a toll on everyone, and we don’t want you to suffer in silence. Our inaugural State of Snot report gives parents a voice so they can be seen and supported by people who are also in this crazy world of parenting while helping us advocate for change that matters most.
Working parents need more support & understanding
Finances weigh heavily on parents during sick season
Balancing personal and professional responsibilities is more challenging during sick season
Relationships remain healthy and stable
The top four most common child illnesses from September 2022 to March 2023
He’s been hospitalized several times for rhinovirus, twice for norovirus which one of those times turned into viral hep, and once for aspiration pneumonia which landed him in the PICU intubated and on a vent.