HEALTHY FOUNDATIONS IN CHILD C

ISBN-10: 0176441131
ISBN-13: 9780176441135
Edition: N/A
Authors: PIMENTO
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Publisher: NELSON
Weight: 2.530

Before You Begin
Acknowledgments
Health Promotion
What Is Health?
Social Determinants of Health
Reaching for the Top: Reporting on Child Health
Population Health and a Population Health Approach
Canada�s Health Care System
Components of Canada�s Health Care System
Personal Health Care System
Public Health Care System
Changing Attitudes toward Health Care
An Emerging Collaborative Approach in Health Care
Complementary Medicine Practitioners
Natural Health
Products
Prevention and Health Promotion
What Is Prevention?
What Is Health Promotion?
Integrating Prevention into a Health Promotion Approach
Health Promotion in Early Childhood Programs
Social Determinants: The Five Most Applicable to Early Childhood
Settings
Healthy Child Development
Education and Literacy
Social Support Networks
Income and Social Status
Culture
High-Quality Early Childhood Programs
Early Childhood Program Policies
Health Policies
Advocating for High-Quality Early Childhood Programs
Health Promotion Action Plan
Action Plan
Individual Problem Solving and Self-Reliance
Collective
Self-Help
Community Action
Societal Change
Health Promotion Action Plan in the Early Childhood Program
Networking with the Community
Voices on Health and Learning Project
Mixed Messages
Conclusion
Resource Materials
Organizations
Other Websites of Interest
Printed Matter
Bibliography
Occupational Health
Promoting Your Physical Well-Being
Achieving a Balance in Your Lifestyle
Nutrition
Physical Activity
Leisure and Rest
Reducing Other Risk Factors
Infectious Diseases and You
Chickenpox, Rubella (German Measles), Measles and Mumps, Cytomegalovirus
Preventing Musculoskeletal Injuries
Furnishings and Layout
Working with Art and Cleaning Products
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
The Rights of the Worker
Role of Public Health Agencies in Health Promotion
Workplace Environmental Issues
Injury Reports
Promoting Your Emotional and Social Well-Being
Creating a Supportive Early Childhood Environment
Role of Directors 86 / Role of Educators
Men Working in Early Childhood Settings
Accountability
Reciprocal Support
Establishing Positive
Working Relationships
The Juggle Struggle: Stress
Personal Stress Factors. Professional Stress Factors
Societal Pressures
Early Childhood Educational Experience: Setting the Stage
Graduates: Starting the Job Search
Revisiting the Health Promotion Action Plan
Conclusion
Resource Materials
Organizations
Other Websites of Interest
Printed MatterVideo/DVD
Bibliography
Illness Prevention
Our Body�s Natural Defence Mechanisms
Immunity
How Infections Spread
The Germ
The Host
The Vehicles of Transmission
Through Direct or Indirect Contact
The New Host
Breaking the Chain: Developing an Infection Control Strategy
Immunization
Immunization Records
Adverse Reactions
Immune
Globulin
Hygiene Practices
Hand Washing
Hygiene Practices for Infants and Toddlers
Toileting Routine
Cleaning and Sanitizing
What Needs to Be Cleaned or Sanitized?
Products and Techniques
Four Steps for Cleaning and Sanitizing
Implementing the Routines throughout the Day
Protecting
Yourself from Potentially Hazardous Substances
Pets in Early Childhood Programs
Receiving Mixed Messages
Hand Sanitizers
Sanitizing or �Sterilizing� Our Physical Environment
Antibacterial Products
Planning for a Pandemic
Revisiting the Health Promotion Action Plan
Conclusion
Resource Materials
Organizations
Other Websites of Interest
Video
Printed Matter
Bibliography
Illness Management
Children�s Health Care
Children�s Medical Examination at Enrollment
Daily Observation of Children
Daily Baseline Health Observations
Health Observationthroughout the Day
Documenting Health Observations
Documentation in Children�s Files
Early Childhood Program�s
Health Record
Sharing Health Information with Health Care
Providers
Excluding Child

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