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Supporting families in Kansas means preparing children for lifelong success

Heather Braum

What makes children successful in life long before they start school? It starts with your health.

Healthy development – regardless of the outcome of a child’s birth – begins early in life with timely and regular access to affordable health insurance and care, screening, therapy and treatment; healthy brain development; stability in housing and food access; and much more. If you focus on children’s health early in life, they are more likely to reduce their healthcare costs as they grow into adults.

Children are not born to take care of themselves. If we want children to be successful from the start, we must focus on making sure their families are successful and thriving too. The health of parents and caregivers is important to the health of their children.

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