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December 1, 2002 | Program Result
The National Society to Prevent Blindness, Prevent Blindness America New York Division conducted a public service advertising campaign starting in 2001 to encourage vision care for school-age children in New York City.
January 1, 2004 | Program Result
Starting in March 2001, New York State's Permanent Judicial Commission on Justice for Children developed and implemented a pilot training project in the Bronx family court system called "Babies Can't Wait."
November 18, 2009 | Program Result
Fransheska and younger sister, Yolamar, members of an immigrant Puerto Rican family living in Rochester, N.Y., have had asthma since early childhood.
November 14, 2003 | Program Result
New York State improved its system of school-based health centers by standardizing practices at existing centers, stabilizing funding, and launching additional school-based health centers with community partners.
June 1, 2002 | Program Result
In October 1997, when CIR applied for the All Kids Count grant, 60 percent of private, office-based providers were sending immunization reports to the registry in response to a mandate that went into effect in January that year.
April 1, 2000 | Program Result
A project team at Children's Hospital Corporation in Boston determined how to organize, deliver, and finance services for technology-dependent children who have made the transition from hospital to the public schools. These are children who are on long-term oxygen therapy, ventilatory assistance, intravenous feedings, and other types of highly technical care. Then they replicated the project.
January 23, 2007 | Program Result
Staff at the Franklin K. Lane High School Student Health Center expanded mental health services by increasing service capacity, quality of care and reimbursement.
April 30, 2007 | Program Result
The University of Rochester Medical Center expanded a pilot project in Rochester called Health-E-Access, which they had created in 2001 to study the use of telemedicine to treat inner-city students.
May 31, 2007 | Program Result
David Appel, M.D., of Montefiore Medical Center and staff at the Montefiore Medical Center School Health Program site at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx, N.Y., established a dental program for students.