NvCLPPP Presentations

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We are proud to offer presentations for parents, members of the community, and community partner organizations. Our presentations help Nevadans identify household health hazards and implement strategies to reduce health risks to children.

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Contents
  1. Maintaining a Healthier and Safer Home
  2. Childhood Lead Poisoning 101

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NOTICE: Due to COVID-19, presentations are only offered virtually (via webinar). Please book your presentation with us at least 2 weeks in advance. Presentation times and materials covered can be tailored to the needs of the audience. Presentation outlines are available for download as a PDF.

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Maintaining a Healthier and Safer Home: Practical Steps for Families with Young Children


A Healthy Homes presentation on health risks in the home including pests, pesticides, asthma triggers, and unintentional injuries.

  • Learning objectives:
    • Potential health hazards in the home, such as pests, pesticides, chemicals, lead, asthma triggers, and unintentional injuries.
    • Learn strategies to prevent injuries, deal with pests and pesticides, avoid fire hazards, and keep kids safe from toxic chemicals.
  • Intended audiences: the general public; parents; family engagement centers, maternal and child health programs, early childhood education professionals; WIC staff programs; daycare centers; and college students, especially those in nursing and social work.
  • Presentation lengths: 15, 30, and 60 minutes
  • Course outline: Click here

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Childhood Lead Poisoning 101: From Sources to Steps to Reduce Exposure


A lead poisoning prevention presentation on the sources and effects of lead poisoning, and the steps to decrease lead exposure in children.

  • Learning objectives:
    • Sources and effects of lead exposure
    • most vulnerable populations
    • the importance of blood lead testing
    • and recommendations to reduce potential lead exposure.
  • Intended audiences: the general public; parents; family engagement centers, maternal and child health programs, early childhood education professionals; WIC staff programs; daycare centers; college students, especially those in nursing and social work; and health care professionals.
  • Presentation lengths: 15, 30, 60, 90 minutes
  • Course outline: Click here

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