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GlaxoSmithKline Applauds Compassion, Competence, Passion and Perseverance in North Carolina's Child Advocates
Date:10/6/2009

e Peer Power Program. The Parks and Recreation Department got in on the act, getting rid of junk food in vending machines and hosting a "Leave the Lights On" program at facilities to promote physical activities after work. Staff collaborated with many organizations creating opportunities to build awareness of childhood obesity problems and provided simple, sustainable interventions.

Wake County Human Services

Child Health & Development Program

Children who are poor, in foster homes or homeless are particularly at risk for a wide range of medical and developmental problems. Yet children in these groups often do not receive basic health care, much less the specialized needs resulting from developmental delays or emotional and behavioral conditions. The Wake County Child Health and Development Program (CHDP) zeroes in on these children to assess their physical and behavioral health, and create individual plans of care to address specific needs in health, development, behavior, mental health, parenting and other available services. The assessments are shared with all who are responsible for working with the child. Providing appropriate services earlier and more consistently helps children in foster care receive help before more serious problems arise.

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