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AAP Patient Education: HealthyGrowth

2013 Web Health Award: Bronze Award, Mobile Application: Patient Communications (Responsive Design)

2013 Web Health Award: Bronze Award, Mobile Application: Patient Communications (Responsive Design)

AAP Patient Education: HealthyGrowth

by American Academy of Pediatrics
AAP Patient Education: HealthyGrowth
AAP Patient Education: HealthyGrowth
AAP Patient Education: HealthyGrowth

What is it about?

2013 Web Health Award: Bronze Award, Mobile Application: Patient Communications (Responsive Design)

AAP Patient Education: HealthyGrowth

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
7Mb
Genre
Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
November 22, 2013
Release date
May 20, 2013
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App Store Description

2013 Web Health Award: Bronze Award, Mobile Application: Patient Communications (Responsive Design)

AAP Patient Education: HealthyGrowth gives care providers the unique ability to create custom handouts for parents on vital topics of healthy growth, nutrition, and physical activity for children 5 years of age and younger. Handouts are targeted to the patient and the particular topics and goals of greatest interest to the parent, from breastfeeding and solid foods to screen time and sleep.
Handouts can be personalized with the child’s name and customized by:
• Age and Gender
• English or Spanish
• Provider’s custom notes
• Topics of interest
- Bottle-feeding
- Breastfeeding
- Physical Activity
- Picky Eaters
- Routines & Schedules
- Screen Time
- Sleep
- Snack Time
Plus, the provider can utilize essential tools for effective communication:
• Print or email the handout for the parent
• Include practice name, logo, and contact information
• Complete implementation guide for the Healthy Active Living for Families program
Add Goal Setting to motivate older children to strive for 5 servings of fruits and vegetables, 2 or less hours of screen time, 1 or more hours of physical activity, and 0 sugary beverages.