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Health Improvement Alliance of St. Joseph County Partner Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Suzie Krill
34:32
Suzie Krill, SBFD, SBC3, Good Morning Everyone!!!!
Jackie Daniels
35:01
Hello! Glad to join. Jackie Daniels, VP of Community Relations for Indiana Center for Recovery. We will be opening in Mishawaka in the next 6 months.
Juan Esteban Baus
35:05
Juan Esteban Baus, Notre Dame - Eck Institute for Global Health / SJCDoH
Matt Owen | Oaklawn, South Bend
35:19
Good morning! Matt Owen, Grant Specialist, Oaklawn Psychiatric Center, South Bend
Shona Koehn
01:05:45
How reliable are the tests you can buy at the hardware store?
Melissa Gard
01:08:43
If a lead screening kit shows a high level of lead in a home, are there requirements for remediation, and if so, what would those costs involve?
Heidi Beidinger
01:09:24
https://www.leadscreeningkit.com/
Heidi Beidinger
01:09:33
Please go to website to request a FREE kit
Maggie Gibney
01:10:51
Is the concern for pregnant woman that they can pass the lead to their unborn baby? If the mother has been exposed is there anything they can do?
Lauren Smyth
01:11:42
What is the timeframe for this study? (specifically how long the test kits would be available for distribution?)
Melissa Gard
01:12:49
Wow! That's great to know about the diet. Thank you
Jocelyn Keranen
01:13:02
https://nd.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_01FW7h4C7yzhneu
Jocelyn Keranen
01:14:10
To answer your question Lauren, our time frame is end of FY 2022
Jocelyn Keranen
01:14:54
Home inspections and assessments will begin sometime in July but screening kits are available now.
Jocelyn Keranen
01:15:50
https://nd.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_01FW7h4C7yzhneu
Christopher Knaub
01:16:14
@cpfeifer@iu.edu In terms of adults, we need to be exposed of very high levels of lead before it will seriously affect us. We often see this in people working in industrial factories or metal working careers. Adults who have exposure to lead are more of a risk to children if they come home in the clothes that they were exposed to and then interact with their children. We can prevent this exposure by removing the clothes when we get home and washing the clothes in a separate laundry cycle.
Jocelyn Keranen
01:16:16
The link is for our survey for involvement. Please fill out if you want involved or would like to participate in the study
Christopher Knaub
01:17:01
@Maggie Gibney most insurance providers will test children for lead for free. If not, the Health department offers a waiver for free lead testing at the Health Department.
Emily Rupchock
01:27:16
https://brighterfuturesindiana.org/build-learn-grow
Emily Rupchock
01:27:29
erupchock@uwsjc.org
Jessica Brookshire
01:27:54
Emily, do you know what the community need is for Pre-K? I recently read SB Schools is going to begin offering in a few new schools
Emily Rupchock
01:30:11
Yes, there is a lot of growth happening with Pre-K locally to build capacity/ expand seats. There is still a need for preschool/ Pre-K options, but a higher need for Infant/ toddler care. I'll share a few resources to look at the latest data.
Emily Rupchock
01:30:41
http://www.elacindiana.org/data/covid-19-impact-on-child-care-interactive-dashboard/
Emily Rupchock
01:31:04
http://www.elacindiana.org/data/elac-annual-report-interactive-dashboard/
Autumn McCully
01:32:43
Thank you!