Improving student health together
Health services in schools are
essential — healthy children do better
in the classroom and in life.
Increasing resources to address
students’ unmet health needs.
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The Consortium believes in
improving student health. Every
day we advocate and support
additional health services for all
children because healthy children
do better in the classroom.
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The School Health Service program improves student health and learning outcomes.
Mobile Audiology Screenings
12- 20-year Among Down To Drinking Underage THE GREELEY-EVANS SCHOOL DISTRICT HAS TAKEN AN INNOVATIVE STEP TO SERVE ITS STUDENTS WITH THEIR NEW MOBILE AUDIOLOGY TESTING TRUCK (MATT). We are now able to provide onsite audiology screenings for thousands of students. The MATT provides a comfortable waiting area and soundproof booth with new equipment that produces accurate tests. For one student whose hearing ->
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We monitor and advocate for health services for
children on a national, state and local level.
12- 20-year Among Down To Drinking Underage Working closely with our state partners, we
address policies and issues that directly affect the
12- 20-year Among Down To Drinking Underage We offer a complete training service, including
12- 20-year Among Down To Drinking Underage tools, videos and materials that provide
information on SHS program requirments.
Training is delivered both onsite and through
webinars to all related service providers, support
and administrative staff.
12- 20-year Among Down To Drinking Underage We offer expertise and consultation to help
school districts navigate the complexities of
Medicaid and the SHS program. Our goal is to
maximize the resources for school districts while
also maintaining a compliant program
We offer tools to document health-related
special education services for proper claiming.
Claiming activities are submitted and monitored
to help school districts remain compliant with
federal and state Medicaid regulations.
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