This site is currently being reorganized as a part of the project finalization. This website can be used as a toolbox for local communities and civil society organisations that want to find inspiration on how to work more strategically with volunteers as a resource to reach children and young people in deprived areas with health promoting activities. Target groups If you are a municipality, you can use this website to find inspiration on how to build up strategic relationships with civil society organizations in relation to health promotion activities that are implemented close to the citizens.
Learn more Physical Activity Children need safe and accessible places to be physically active. Learn more Early Childhood Research shows that childhood obesity prevention must start early.
We focus on children from birth to 5 years of age, their families, their environments, and the organizations and institutions that serve them. Learn more Health Education We develop and disseminate evidence-based messages with recommendations for children and families to help them adopt healthy, active lifestyles.
Clear and accurate information helps children and families make the best decisions for health.
|Helping children learn healthy habits||But oh, what an awakening! The native plants are now one year old, and soooo much fuller than we expected.|
We provide training and tools for evaluation and research that help partners deliver successful programs and services. Learn more Schools Children spend significant portions of their day at school. Educational environments are an important setting for promoting and supporting health and wellness.
We help organizations develop health-supporting practices and advocate for effective health-related policy at the city, state, and federal levels.
Learn more Business Sector Businesses and corporations can play a vital role in childhood obesity prevention, both in their policies for employees and their families and with their products and services for the general public. We work with employers to promote and support healthy lifestyles inside and outside of the workplace.Lunch is included for the Core Conference days but is not included for the Pre-Conference days.
The Healthy Kids Project features the zany and loveable Zuber Tubers (and their nemeses Sugar Baddie and The Cupcakes) in ten second animated musical videos.
Learn about working at Project Healthy Children. Join LinkedIn today for free. See who you know at Project Healthy Children, leverage your professional network, and get hired. The goal of Project HOPES is to provide flexible, community-based programs to support families with young children years of age to overcome any barriers they might be facing. Lunch is included for the Core Conference days but is not included for the Pre-Conference days.
Our mission is to promote children’s lifelong health, development, and well-being in the context of their families and communities. We create and translate innovative ideas into optimal outcomes.
The solutions we develop enable parents, practitioners, and policymakers to bring about meaningful change in children’s health.
Courtesy of a $20, grant by Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children to the Children’s Health Fund Project in Idaho, she had a dental visit with Dr.
Adam Hodges. He immediately realized Yunuen had an infection in a baby tooth that needed to be extracted. Kiwanis Partnerships Healthy Families Florida is a Kiwanis Young Children Priority One program.
The Raising Healthy Children program uses a school-wide, multi-year social development approach to positive youth development.
The approach incorporates school, family and individual programs to promote key elements that research has shown are critical for creating strong connections and bonds that.