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Bright Futures Family Matters Newsletter

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Making the most of your child's health care checkups by using an online tool, the Well Visit Planner, to identify important topics you want to discuss with your child's health care provider.
    Review of Well Visit Planner in Spanish
      Vision and eye health information and tips for families, including especially those with children with special health care needs.
        Who cares for the caregivers who provide ongoing care for family members, including children with special health care needs? What kind of support do they need?
          Let's Move! First Lady Michelle Obama has spearheaded a campaign to help families find practical—and fun—ways to eat healthy and be more physically active. Learn about “America’s move to raise a healthier generation of kids,” complete with resources for healthy food and physical activity options for everybody.
            Meet the Bright Futures Family Network! This group of family-centered organizations, with different focuses and purposes, all share a mission to improve the health and wellness of today’s children and families. Learn about the organizations and what they have to offer.
              What does your community—where you live, learn, work, and play—have to do with the health of your family? Learn about what makes a community “healthy”—and what you can do to make your community even healthier in this issue.
                Promoting good nutrition is everybody’s responsibility. Learn how to involve kids, family, and community in improving the health and well-being for all in this issue.
                  Happy 10th Anniversary, NCBDDD! Learn about the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD), including its history of helping families and the resources it provides in this issue.
                    Child development is the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social changes children undergo as they grow from infancy to adulthood. Read more about these changes in this issue.