Presentation on theme: "My Health Record Information to CALD parents. My Health Record-The Blue Book SA Health wrote My Health Record and gives a copy of it to all families when."— Presentation transcript:
My Health Record-The Blue Book SA Health wrote My Health Record and gives a copy of it to all families when a new baby is born. It is also called the Blue Book. These photos are of the 2011 edition.
What is My Health Record (Blue Book)? The Blue Book is a way to see how your child is growing and learning. The Blue Book is a way to collect records of your child from the day they are born until they are older and going to school.
Why use My Health Record (Blue Book)? The Blue Book: is a way to check how your child's general health and wellbeing is going and growing helps you to see how they are developing their listening, seeing, hearing and speech is the first contact with families for health and education
How can the Blue Book support families? The Blue Book has helpful information and ideas to help you to know how your child is growing and developing It has some ways that you can use to help your child to learn and grow
The Blue Book and Learning The Blue Book has ideas about helping your child's learning by: playing, hugging and talking to your child speaking with your child in many languages laughing with your child interacting with your child in many ways all the times that you spend with them playing music, dancing and singing
The Blue Book and Learning The Blue Book has ideas about helping your child's learning by: making art use describing word when speaking with your child talking about the world around them growing a good relationship with your child by helping them feel that they belong and are a part of your family and the place that they are in
The Blue Book has suggestions about how parents can help their young children be more literate
The Blue Book has lots of advice And ways to help you to learn about your growing child. It is a book to keep when you go to the doctor or health nurse with your child so that the information about your child is kept in one place. This way all the people who know and help your child can share in the story of their growing life.
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