Parenting Tips

Adoption: Guidelines for Parents

Babysitting Reminders

Bedtime - The Four B's

Beyond Screen Time: A Parent’s Guide to Media Use

Brushing Your Toddler's Teeth

Bullying: It’s Not OK

Choosing a Pediatrician

Choosing Quality Child Care: What's Best for Your Family?

Connecting With Your Community

Consequences for Actions

Contact Information

Dinnertime Conversation Strategies

Discipline and Your Child

Divorce and Children

Encouraging Your Child

Establishing Chores and Routines

Getting Children to Listen the First Time

Giving Children the Responsibility for their Own Dinner

Giving Eye drops to your Toddler

Giving Positive Suggestions Rather Than Negative Reprimands

Growing Independence: Tips for Parents of Young Children

Handling Stressful Situations with your Child Effectively

Help Stop Teenage Suicide

Helping Children Help Themselves

How to Teach Children About Rules

Humor Even for Vomiting Illnesses

Internet and Your Family, The

Listening to Kid Logic for a Compromise

Making Morning Struggles More Enjoyable

Media History

Medications, Administration of

No Rewards for Crying

Normal Weight and Height Guidelines

Not Giving In

Pacifier, Weaning from

Picky Eaters

Positive Reinforcement/Rewards

Potty Training for Boys

Potty Training for Girls

Predicting your Child

Reading to Infants

Reading to Toddlers

Sibling Relationships

Sibling Rivalry

Single Parenting

Sleep Problems in Children

Start Reading to Your Child Early

Staying Cool When Things Heat Up

Talking With Your Teen: Tips for Parents

Tantrums - Preparation is critical

Tattooing and Body Piercing

Teen Dating Violence: Tips for Parents

Teen Suicide and Guns

Teen Suicide, Mood Disorder, and Depression

Teeth, Brushing of

Teething

Temper Tantrums

Temper Tantrums

Thumbs, Fingers, and Pacifiers

Tips for Parents of Adolescents

Trampolines: What You Need to Know

Traveling with Young Children

Trying New Foods

What Is ADHD?

What is ADHD? Questions from Teens

When Children Won't Eat Vegetables

When to Learn About Rules

Denver Pediatrics

What Our Patients Say:

We were lucky to find Dr. Rich when our son was a baby 11 years ago. After a couple of years off while he was working in Africa, we were lucky enough to find him again at Stapleton Peds! He is a wonderful doctor for both of our boys, and the practice as a whole takes great care of them from sick visits to wellness checks. We are happy to have such a wonderful team of providers that are there when we need them! Lisa May 19,2015

Stapleton Office

2975 Roslyn Street
Suite 100
Denver, CO 80238

303-399-7900
FAX: 303-399-7999

MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8am to 5pm
SATURDAY: 8am to 12:30pm

  • Sick Visits only on Saturdays
  • Our Denver pediatrics office is closed every day from 12:30-1:30 for lunch
  • We are closed on major holidays
Mother and kids with giraffe at zoo

Pearl Street Office

1258 South Pearl Street
Suite 110
Denver, CO 80210

303-399-7970
FAX: 303-399-7905

MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8am to 5pm 
SATURDAY: Closed

  • Saturday sick appts seen at Stapleton Pediatrics office only
  • Our office is closed every day from 12:30-1:30 for lunch
  • We are closed on major holidays
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