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Register for our 4-part series on trauma-informed care
November 14, 2018
Trauma affects the central nervous system. It interferes with a child’s ability to relax and focus, and ultimately shapes how the child sees his or her future. Trauma-focused interventions occur on many different levels. In addition to family and other natural supports, a variety of service systems (child welfare, law enforcement, education, faith-based, health, juvenile justice, mental health, etc.) may become involved in providing informal or formal care to a child. Join us for our 4-part webinar series on trauma-informed care.

> Click here to register.

Better Health CEO discusses childhood asthma solutions on WVIZ
November 5, 2018
Rita Horwitz, Better Health Partnership's President & CEO, was invited to WVIZ/ideastream to demonstrate our childhood asthma "hotspot" mapping tool which identifies asthma clusters in the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County and surrounding areas and the multi-sector approach needed to control pediatric asthma flareups.

> Click here to listen to the WVIZ audio spot with Rita.
> Click here to work with our childhood asthma mapping tool.

Insights from 12 years of population health research topic of CWRU talk
November 1, 2018
Better Health Partnership's Chief Data Scientist, Thomas E. Love, PhD, presented at Case Western Reserve University on October 30th. His talk titled 'Building Population Health at Better Health Partnership' provided insights from data on adults with chronic illness as well as findings from our Childrens Health Initiative.

> Click here to access Dr. Love's slide deck.

Say Yes to Education seeks Chapter Executive Director
October 23, 2018
Say Yes to Education revitalizes communities by ensuring that public high school students can stay on track to complete high school and get scholarships for post-secondary education. The program offers support and services to help teachers and parents help their students meet their educational goals. The program is seeking an Executive Director to oversee Cleveland's Say Yes to Education program.

> Click here to read full employment posting (PDF)

 
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