- 2017 Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth Through 6 Years Old
- Immunization Schedule for Pre-Teens and Teens from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Through a day of presentation and interactive exercises this course will teach how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addiction challenge or is in crisis. Recommended for first responders, students and teachers, service providers, leaders of faith communities, and caring citizens.
One of the best ways to prepare young people for the future is to teach them how to form healthy relationships. This is even more important today, when technology often creates a false sense of connection and many young people experience social isolation. This Saturday seminar will focus on the mindfulness that can strengthen your relationships with young people and show them how to set healthy boundaries around technology and understand and be compassionate about differences. Seminar in Spanish and English.
Join part two titled "Puberty Talk", of this two-part workshop series. The curricula for this talk has been recently updated to be even more inclusive of diverse identities. Also added are new activities to engage more students with different learning styles. Workshop includes facilitator's guide and USB with all student and parent handouts. See attached flyer for registration and more information.
Kaiser Permenante Educational Theatre - 2018
Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre offers the following free wellness-related programs. Click here to book a program.
- Resilience Squad (grades 9-12)
- Nightmare on Puberty Street (grades 6-8)
- Peace Signs (grades 3-6)
- The Best Me (grades K-5)
Marin County Office of Education had the opportunity to work with Dr. Jonathon Artz, MD and Mary Kirkwood, RN, MSN, both of Kaiser Permanente. They have come to us with some very important resources on stroke awareness that we would in turn like to share with you. It is the hope that we may be able to bring these resources closer to the classroom in an effort to provide awareness to students and staff in the identification of when someone is having a stroke. Below please find some resources that may serve as a means to educate youth about the signs of a stroke. We welcome any input you may have that would assist in this endeavor. As a part of this attempt it is felt that PE teachers and/or health courses may provide the most appropriate outreach particularly around their instruction on the cardiovascular system. Please forward these resources to them. Thank you so much for your help in getting this information disseminated.
- Smart Program Overview
- Kids can be Stroke Heores
- Hip Hop Stroke | Hip Hop Public Health
- Stroke Smart
- Kids Making a Difference - StrokeSmart