Webinar Archive
February 23, 2018
Parenting at Mealtime and Playtime
Building Healthy Habits, Birth – 5 years
Presenter:
Tara Williams, MD, FAAP, FABM, Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital

Parenting at Mealtime and Playtime (PMP) targets children ages birth -- 5 to increase parental awareness of meal and playtime milestones to foster a positive meal and play environment; improve clinicians’ evaluation and documentation of obesity-related health risks and promote developmentally appropriate activity and diet behaviors in families. Goals for implementation in primary care include improved anticipatory guidance counseling and risk assessment at birth to age 5 well-child checks and empowering providers to build a foundation for healthy nutrition and activity and support obesity management.
December 6, 2017
Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood
Presenter: Lowell Perry, Jr., Director of Central Promise Neighborhood
The Central neighborhood has a unique concentration of multi-generational poverty. The Promise Neighborhood, whose activities target improved educational attainment in Central, is steeped in the challenges of the neighborhood and the barriers its residents face. In this webinar, Lowell Perry, Jr., Director of Promise, shares the opportunities and challenges of achieving the multi-dimensional goals of this integrated, place-based and resident-led model.
June 8, 2017
Unhealthy Homes: Challenges and Promising Interventions in Northeast Ohio
Presenter: Kim Foreman, Executive Director, Environmental Health Watch
Exposure to lead, mold, pests and other allergens pose acute and lifelong health-related consequences for families and children, who are especially vulnerable. Even low levels of lead exposure affect children's brain development; high levels can be deadly. Asthma is especially prevalent in children and a leading cause of school absences and Emergency Department visits. Join us as we increase understanding of environmental health hazards commonly found in housing in Northeast Ohio's poor and minority neighborhoods, as Better Health prepares health professionals to help families connect to community resources to mitigate the dangers of unhealthy homes.