Share "One Thing"

Share One Thing for Children's Health

Tell us one thing you can do to improve children's health?

Block out some time to read submissions from our community.

  • Research a tobacco-free event to host in Denton for school-aged children
  • Add more information about wise and healthy choices in my lessons
  • Share what I learned today with co-workers
  • Find materials related to asthma and tobacco/secondhand smoke to educate parents with
  • Speak with advertising opportunities to advertise brushing before you go to bed
  • Pass along Dr. DeHaven's info to physician leadership wanting to start community gardens
  • Pass along more information about healthy living as well as start more healthy cooking and activities in my own home
  • Access the website for continuing communication
  • Talk with church leaders about community garden collaboration to supplant Backpack ministry
  • Educate myself to better know the resources in my community
  • Talk with students about mental health
  • A small family garden in my backyard
  • Print information from summit for reuse in educating the community
  • Research fun and easy recipes for kids and parents
  • Demonstrate healthy meal preparation and serve to kids in community
  • Work on improving health education in my organizations service area
  • Check out nutrition of food bank selections available to our residents and preparation of healthy food for families
  • Commit to doing all I can to make our county children's health coalition successful
  • Develop health improvement strategies delivered electronically to those handheld devices children and adolescents like to use
  • Listen to families – what do they want for their children's health?
  • Start talking with others about obesity and give them the CCHAPS website and encouraging them to see for themselves
  • Collaborate with school systems to improve student/parent/school nurse education on asthma and health build coalition with HCP's and schools
  • Use CCHAPS website data again
  • Don't forget to give my daughter her morning asthma and allergy medications
  • Identify and share problems for addressing children's health issues in Tarrant County
  • Utilize ecosystem model to help provide better services to each client and family we serve
  • Use the CCHAPS website's library to access to "Print and Post" items to post in our office
  • Explore opportunity to start a community-based garden project near our non-profit agency
  • Talk with dental providers
  • Talk to at least three supermarket managers about educating their consumers more about nutrition
  • Find out the number of Medicaid dental providers in Johnson County and email it to United Way
  • Research models of community health that could work for my community
  • Toothbrush drive
  • Plan new teacher trainer workshops on children's health issues
  • Think BIG. Don't let the past dictate the future. Get involved with making a plan to change the status of children's health.
  • Discuss expanding our car seat safety and asthma program
  • Stress healthy food choices to moms who bring their children to us
  • Give a more holistic approach to care and resources
  • Help underserved kids gain access to health care and the information provided today
  • Share the information learned with my organization and community
  • Explore plan toward gardens in schools
  • Bring children's health statistics to the health coalitions we work with
  • Review all AgriLife Extension educational resources to determine how I can be a part of promoting children's health in Wise County
  • Take a CPR class
  • To look beyond the imperfections and seek the "bright spot" in our community service needs
  • I will share my knowledge and land with the community for planting a great organic garden
  • Put together motivational information packet on community gardens
  • Coordinate with the local 4-H kids to mentor both gardening and cooking at elementary schools.
  • Will help however needed
  • Advocate for a community garden at my church
  • Explore children's health within our church
  • Gather staff, review strategies, and pick 1 goal/ objective: Find a bright spot and ACT!!
  • Explore data on website of CCHAPS
  • Work on a program to help parents of special needs children navigate the school support system
  • Increase awareness about childhood obesity in my child's school.
  • Spend more time/ volunteer more time at my child's school to promote education about childhood obesity to the children and parents.
  • I will make sure that at least one more child/family gains control of their asthma through educating them on asthma
  • Encourage ISDs to increase asthma information sessions for staff and parents
  • Try to find federal grant money to create children's health programs
  • Keep thinking of how to improve child health every day
  • Educate community on the need for increased immunization rates
  • Work on programs within my community to help prevent childhood diseases
  • Encourage church group to promote dental services in the community
  • Call FWISD re car/bus idling policies, encourage public education/signage if don't have
  • Talk with school ISD regarding speaking to students about the necessity of oral health
  • Continue to work on district plans- implementing advisory board for school nurses
  • Lunch with our school health coordinator and school health advisory council about new data/ special reports
  • Begin collaboration on integration of primary & mental health care
  • Parent supervision for toothbrushing with fluoride tooth paste
  • Promote collaboration between my church and community groups, e.g. schools, to establish a community garden for better nutrition & outdoor exercise for children
  • Look for the "bright spot" of current issues my organization is working on
  • Work with local churches to get a summer program to feed the underserved organized
  • Promote healthy sleep
  • Improve built environment of neighborhoods to encourage children to be more active in a safer environment

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