We all know the anxious pang we feel when we see or hear a child who doesn't feel well, coughs or cries.
Charleston Promise Neighborhood practices a two-pronged approach to maintaining the health and wellness of children in our schools. We have school-based health clinics staffed by MUSC in each of our four schools, and we host "What to Do When Your Child Gets Sick" workshops throughout the community.
Recently, through our Kidswell school-based clinic, a Kindergarten teacher, concerned about the persistent cough of a student, took the Kindergartener to the clinic.
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At the "What to Do When Your Child Gets Sick" workshops, parents receive a copy of the book with the same title and learn more about typical illnesses of children. During a follow-up call, one participant reported Read more here
These are just two of the many stories about how we help keep children healthy. Lowcountry Giving Day is May 5, 2015. Read more here We are a proud participant. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter, as we count down to May 5th, and please think about supporting CPN on that day!**
**We may also accept offline gifts as part of our Lowcountry Giving Day campaign between now and April 24th. If you prefer to participate in Lowcountry Giving Day by writing a check (made out to Coastal Community Foundation with Charleston Promise Neighborhood in the subject line), making a gift of stock, or directing a donor-advised fund transfer to CPN, please contact Courtenay Fain at 843-647-6218 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.