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The following links are in English

  • Improving the Health of Elementary School-Aged Children
    Improving the Health of Elementary School-Aged Children What's Happening at School...a study from 2003.

  • Medical Home Portal - To Kindergarten & Elementary School
    Reliable information and resources to help physicians and parents care for children and youth with special health care needs.

  • California Healthy Kids
    The California Healthy Kids Resource Center provides education materials for free loan to teachers, professionals, and community members who work with students within the State of California. Reviews of health education materials, school health laws, health education research and links to health education sites are included">

  • Health In Schools.org
    Center for Health and Health Care in Schools (CHHCS) is a nonpartisan policy and program resource center created to strengthen health care delivery systems for children and adolescents. CHHCS is based at The George Washington University and is jointly sponsored by the School of Public Health and Health Services and the Graduate School of Education and Human Development

  • Healthy Child Care
    Healthy Childcare is a bimonthly publication for childcare programs devoted to health and safety issues. Each issue includes information on health, safety, medicines, staff health, health education activities, illnesses, and more including reproducible parent information sheets and mini-posters.

  • Healthy Child Care America
    In many communities around the country, innovative but scattered projects are forging new ground to ensure that children are in healthy and safe child care environments. These communities recognize that the public health community can combine efforts with the early childhood community in order to create the best care for the millions of children in child care

  • Injury Minimization Programme for Schools
    The aims of The I.M.P.S. Programme are to provide children with the knowledge that enables them to: - minimise injury - provide basic life support skills - reduce environmental risk factors We hope the Programme will produce a generation of children who will grow into the future workforce with a different attitude to accident prevention and the immediate care of their neighbours.

  • National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care
    Welcome to the National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care (NRC) Website! The National Resource Center is located at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, Colorado, and is funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, HRSA. NRC's primary mission is to promote health and safety in out-of-home child care settings throughout the nation.

  • Playing It Safe: A Fourth Nationwide Safety Survey of Public Playgrounds
    Children love to play -- especially outdoors. The outdoor environment provides unique opportunities for play and, therefore, for learning. But children can only benefit from playing outdoors if it is safe. Outdoor play equipment, in particular, poses hazards to children when it is not carefully designed or maintained.

  • Resources for School Health
    First Aid Education Links, Dental Health Links and Healthy Kids Resource Center.

  • The ABC's of Safe and Healthy Child Care
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has written this handbook to help you, the child care provider, reduce sickness, injury, and other health problems in your child care facility. The information in this handbook applies to any child care provider in any setting, whether you take care of children in a center or in your own home.

  • Wired for Health
    Provides health information based on the National Curriculum, the Healthy Schools Programme, health policies and health initiatives.


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