CLINICAL CONSULTATIONS

Parents, educators, and health care professionals may contact our experts for clinical consultations for children with suspected or known exposures to environmental toxins, as well as issues concerning children's environmental health.


EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS & TRAINING

We provide edducational programs for physicians, fellows, residents and medical students, dedicated to raising awareness of children, families, schools, communities, and government of the importance of minimizing exposure of our children to environmental toxins and pollutants.


REFERRALS & MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

We have access to the entire pediatric staff at the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital for evaluation and management of children with known or suspected exposure to environmental toxins.


COMMUNITY OUTREACH

We provide community level exposure expertise and consultation. In addition, we provide seminars for schools and community organizations.

Our group actively performs education in the classrooms of young children, in particular providing School Based Environmental Nutrition Education.
We actively disseminate information about toxic substances and children's health


PRIMARY CARE ASTHMA PRECEPTORSHIP

PCAP is an innovative 4 hour training session for primary care providers (physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians’ assistants, respiratory therapists) in the management of asthma. During this preceptorship, participants will be brought up to date on the clinical practice guidelines for care of children with asthma, the role of office pulmonary function tests, and how to integrate an environmental history into pediatric care, including how to minimize exposure to environmental toxins.


NOT ONE MORE LIFE

We are pleased to announce that we provide an annual forum for Not One More Life, an innovative screening program for asthma and other respiratory disorders, to Westchester and Hudson Valley region.  This program is a result of partnership with the staff of CEHCHV and churches and other faith-based agencies.  There are great disparities in asthma recognition and care.  Many people don’t even know they have asthma, and many are inadequately treated. This program is an attempt to make a change.