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KidsCare Accepting Applications July 26

| May 23, 2016
KidsCare Accepting Applications July 26

AHCCCS estimates approximately 30,000 Arizona children may enroll in KidsCare coverage. KidsCare offers the full array of AHCCCS benefits…

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Page Public Library Summer Reading Program – Kickoff May 20th!

| May 9, 2016
Page Public Library Summer Reading Program – Kickoff May 20th!

On your mark, get set, READ! at Page Public Library.

The Children’s Summer Reading Program is scheduled for May through July 2016.

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Tell us about your child’s health

| April 25, 2016
Tell us about your child’s health

The Arizona Department of Health Services has asked the Coconino County Public Health Services District for assistance in learning more about our children’s health …

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Fairy Tale Friday

| February 27, 2016
Fairy Tale Friday

Fairy Tale Friday is coming up on April 8th, 2016 from 9am to 12pm at the Elks Lodge in Winslow, AZ. FREE resource fair for families with young children Fun children’s activities Children’s books Car seat checks Food Demos Oral health screenings, 0-5 years old And more! All are encouraged to dress up as their favorite […]

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Tell us about your child’s health

| February 22, 2016
Tell us about your child’s health

The Arizona Department of Health Services has asked the Coconino County Public Health Services District for assistance in learning more about our children’s health … We understand that your time is very important. Please consider taking the Arizona Children’s Health Survey. …

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Fairy Tale Friday is Coming Up!

| February 22, 2016
Fairy Tale Friday is Coming Up!

Fairy Tale Friday is coming up on April 8th, 2016 from 9am to 12pm at the Elks Lodge in Winslow, AZ. FREE resource fair for families with young children Fun children’s activities Children’s books Car seat checks Food Demos Oral health screenings, 0-5 years old And more! All are encouraged to dress up as their favorite […]

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Women’s Self Defense Workshop – January 16th

| January 4, 2016
Women’s Self Defense Workshop – January 16th

Empowerment through Self Protection and Awareness For Women ages 12+ Date: Saturday, January 16th Time: 9 a.m. to Noon (Please arrive by 8:30 a.m.) Where: Killip Elementary School 2300 East 6th Avenue, Flagstaff For More information, Contact the Instructor: Reginald Mitchell reginald@enemyslayer.com 505-879-1865

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The Influence of Culture on Caregiving – Workshop – January 30

| January 4, 2016
The Influence of Culture on Caregiving – Workshop – January 30

The Influence of Culture on Caregiving This workshop will assist Child Care Professionals with information on how culture influences routines, caregiving style, and parenting choices. Participants will also learn tips for resolving culturally based dilemmas with families. When: Saturday, January 30th Time: 8 a.m. – Noon Where: Christensen Complex 4000 N. Cummings Street Flagstaff, AZ […]

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Yoga for Classrooms Professional Development Workshop – January 29th, 2016 – NO Experience Req’d

| January 4, 2016
Yoga for Classrooms Professional Development Workshop – January 29th, 2016 – NO Experience Req’d

Yoga practice among children improves behavior, increases concentration, relieves anxiety and stress, strengthens patience and decision making skills, and even reduces rates of obesity, among many other benefits. Yoga 4 Classrooms (Y4C) Professional Development Workshop is a full day workshop designed for K-12 classroom teachers, administrators, school counselors, physical education teachers, health educators, therapists, paraprofessionals […]

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Annual Child Fatality Review Finds Fewer Deaths, But More Resources Needed

| January 4, 2016
Annual Child Fatality Review Finds Fewer Deaths, But More Resources Needed

The Arizona Department of Health Services’ Child Fatality Review Team recently released its annual review of child deaths in the state, indicating that while the overall mortality rate in 2014 had dropped from the previous year, there are still too many Arizona children whose lives could have been saved. In total, 834 Arizona children died […]

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