Tag: Childrens health

Ahoy to Summer

| April 22, 2018
Ahoy to Summer

FREE Children’s Health & Wellness Fair.

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Ahoy to Summer

| April 15, 2018
Ahoy to Summer

FREE Children’s Health & Wellness Fair.

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Your Voice is Being Heard at the Legislature

| February 22, 2016
Your Voice is Being Heard at the Legislature

Thanks to your support, four bills that will improve children’s health, education and security have moved forward! Read more…

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First Things First – Oral Health Impacts Learning

| October 18, 2015
First Things First – Oral Health Impacts Learning

Dental decay is one of the leading causes of school absenteeism, and it can start to develop as soon as a child’s first tooth appears. The most common chronic disease among children in the United States, untreated tooth decay can cause pain and infections that may lead to other serious problems with eating, speaking, playing and learning. Halloween, with its focus on sugary treats, offers the chance to remind families about the importance of caring for their infant or toddlers’ teeth.

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REMINDER Scholarships Available – ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training – January 23rd to 25th

| December 1, 2014
REMINDER Scholarships Available – ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training – January 23rd to 25th

Cococnino Coalition for Children and Youth Presents: ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training For educators, physical education teachers, school or family counselors, social workers, camp counselors, occupational therapists, physical therapists, recreation directors, yoga teachers, and any others who wish to share the many gifts of yoga and mindfulness with children Limited Scholarships Available for those in Coconino […]

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Survey Available for Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health Needs Assessment

| November 12, 2014
Survey Available for Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health Needs Assessment

The Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health are working on their 5-year Needs Assessment for the Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant.  For the needs assessment they are gathering data regarding the health and well-being of women and children throughout Arizona. Eventually, they will narrow down their list to up to 10 health priorities […]

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ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training – January 23rd to 25th – Limited Scholarships Available!

| November 9, 2014
ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training – January 23rd to 25th – Limited Scholarships Available!

Cococnino Coalition for Children and Youth Presents: ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training For educators, physical education teachers, school or family counselors, social workers, camp counselors, occupational therapists, physical therapists, recreation directors, yoga teachers, and any others who wish to share the many gifts of yoga and mindfulness with children Limited Scholarships Available for those in Coconino […]

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ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training – January 23rd to 25th – Limited Scholarships Available!

| November 3, 2014
ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training – January 23rd to 25th – Limited Scholarships Available!

Cococnino Coalition for Children and Youth Presents: ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training For educators, physical education teachers, school or family counselors, social workers, camp counselors, occupational therapists, physical therapists, recreation directors, yoga teachers, and any others who wish to share the many gifts of yoga and mindfulness with children Limited Scholarships Available for those in Coconino […]

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Webinar on Chemicals in Products and Childrens Health

| February 4, 2014
Webinar on Chemicals in Products and Childrens Health

Antonia Calafat from the CDC will be presenting research about consumer products and the potential health risks that face our children, youth, and self. This webinar focuses on recent studies that are advancing our knowledge of the health effects of these chemicals, examining trends and changes in exposure over time and methods for communicating with patients about risks and lowering exposure.

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