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Working together to assure that all students reach their highest potential
Since the parents of these 300 students do not have readily available access to public transportation or healthcare providers the school district has opened a School-based Health Center in order to help parents maintain their child’s health. The Health Center provides students with a variety of primary, preventative, and mental healthcare services.
Nurse Carol Clements Julie Kaeff Program Director, School Nurse family resource/ youth service personnel
The Center has currently lost some of the funding it has received in the past. The Center is a place where children can go to discuss what is going on in their lives and have a chance to take control of their health. The Center’s employees are able to know each student individually so the students place their trust in these individuals in order to cope with everyday problems. The Center provides happier children who are able to concentrate on their schoolwork and futures. The Center needs help to provide more information to parents to full to encourage them to be more involved in their processes.
The Center is used to break down barriers between students, the school and parents. The Center helps is helping students who: Do not have access to a ride to a primary care physician. Who do not know where else to go for help.
The Center provides parents with: A piece of mind that they do not need to take off work for doctor appointments. A place to go for information about how to keep up their child’s health. Happiness that their children have a place to go to receive information on how to keep themselves healthy and happy.
The Health Center provides the following services: Well exams Sports physicals Immunizations Evaluation and treatment of minor illnesses/ injuries Counseling services Assistance with chronic disease management Referrals to doctors, dentists, therapists, and social services agencies
The Health Center was funded by a grant from the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati and continues by grants and private or business donations.
The Center has no overhead being part of a school. Therefore, all proceeds go to the direct needs of the students and the center. The Center will use proceeds to stay open and continue to help the students in the community.
The requested money will go to the following: Pamphlets Immunizations Vaccinations Supplies Information Updating resources Build awareness in the school The money will be used to help around 300 children in the community of Silver Grove