July 29, 2020, from 10-11:15 a.m. CT
Webinar: Keeping Infants and Children Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Join the HHSC Office of Disability Prevention for Children, Early Childhood Intervention and Texas Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (Texas WIC) on July 29, 2020, from 10-11:15 a.m. for a webinar on how these programs are adjusting public education and service delivery strategies to meet the needs of providers, families and other stakeholders during the COVID-19 pandemic. Presenters will offer information and updates, as well as practical tips and resources aimed at promoting maternal, infant and child health. Register HERE.
This webinar is intended for parents and providers who work with families and others caring for infants and young children throughout the state.
Presenters from the following Health and Human Services Commission programs include:
- Jay Smith, project manager for the Office of Disability Prevention for Children
- Carol Baisdon, OTR, lead quality assurance therapist consultant, Early Childhood Intervention
- Kaylene Thompson, RD, LD, nutrition education specialist, Texas WIC
- Veronica Hendrix, LVN, IBCLC, RLC, Texas Ten Step Program coordinator with Texas WIC
Register for the “Keeping Infants and Children Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email explaining how to join the webinar. For questions, email Jay Smith at email@example.com or call 512-438-4715.
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