News Roundup: April 12
- As part of Leon County, Florida’s participation in the Whole Child Project, community healthcare organizations provide free developmental screenings for children between the ages of six months and five years. Designed to ensure children can enter kindergarten ready to learn, these screenings evaluate social-emotional, cognitive, and physical development to identify issues that might require intervention.[Source]
- Indianapolis’s Eskenazi Health Foundation has received a $95,000 grant that will support providing care to women facing high-risk pregnancies. In discussing the grant, Dr. Elizabeth Ferries-Rowe highlights the importance of early, high-quality prenatal care to identify and mitigate risk factors for pre-term delivery. [Source]
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