District Health Department #10

CLEEC December 2018 Activities

•             Held fifth planning meeting/work group 12/05/18.

o             Reviewed next steps for grant activities.

            Strategies to engage MIHP

            Lead prevention now a requirement for MIHP visits.

o             Discussed continuing outreach to OB providers in service area.

            Wexford/Missaukee: Munson OB (Cadillac): Pending

            Kalkaska: Munson OB (Traverse City): Not feasible

            Manistee: Jennifer Cameron: Pending

            Lake: Spectrum OB (Baldwin): Scheduled 01/17/19

            Mecosta: Family practice meeting scheduled 1/23/19 to be done by Darcy Lockers

            Crawford: Munson OB (Grayling): Scheduled 1/24/19

            Crawford: Munson Pediatricians (Grayling): Scheduled 1/24/19

            Munson OBGYN (Manistee): Contact in January 2019

            Mason: Spectrum OB (Ludington): Completed 10/17/18

            Mason: Spectrum Ludington Hospital OB staff: Completed 11/12/2018

            Oceana: Shelby Family Care (Shelby): Completed 11/28/18

            Newaygo: Gerber/Spectrum OB (Fremont): Completed 11/28/18

            Mecosta: OB office completed in September

•             One HEPA vacuum use referral has been received to date (11/21/2018).

•             Lead-safe cleaning training was presented to NEMSCA (Crawford) on 11/19/18 and NEMCAA (Missaukee) on 11/27/18.

•             Program liaison attended and presented at the Head Start Health Advisory Committee Meeting and Prenatal to Five Years Local Interagency Coordinating Council (Muskegon and Oceana counties) on 12/04/18. Twenty committee members were present and received information about local grant activities and lead-safe education, cleaning and resources.

•             Reached out to home-visiting staff to follow-up on identifying clients eligible to receive lead-safe cleaning kits or use of HEPA vacuum.

o             Five Cap has been provided with 14 kits. Four referrals have been received to date.

o             Oceana County Early Head Start has distributed three of six kits provided to them to clients.

o             Oceana County Telamon distributed all five of the kits provided to them to clients.

o             NEMSCA (Crawford) has distributed one of six kits provided to them to a client.

o             NEMSCA (Mecosta) has been provided with one kit.

o             MMCAA (Mecosta) has been provided with one kit.

o             NEMCAA (Missaukee) has been provided with four kits.

•             Training scheduled with community health worker staff on 01/22/2019 from 9am-10am in Mason County.

•             Head Start/Early Head Start plan for all staff meeting training about Lead 101 and lead-safe cleaning in March 2019

•             Program liaison met with Newaygo MIHP staff via phone conference 12/06/18 during staff meeting.

•             Met with DHD#10 EBL case managers to discuss lead-safe cleaning education, cleaning kits and HEPA Vacuum use and coordination of services.

o             Kristy Vansickle 10/19/18

o             Tawnya Ebels 11/14/18

•             93 lead-safe cleaning kits have been distributed to home-visiting agencies and 43 at-risk families have been provided with lead-safe cleaning education and cleaning kits.

 

 

CLEEC October Activities:

  • Presented training: 
    • Mid-Michigan Head Start and NEMCSA Early On: 10/29/18. Five staff present. Three lead-safe cleaning kits provided.
  • Held fourth planning meeting October 18, 2018
    • Reviewed 
      • Activities and progress towards goals to date
        • Meeting with Spectrum OBGYN, Ludington on 10/17/2018. Office manager and nurse were appreciative of the resources and indicated they would begin using the screening tool during initial client appointments.
        • Darcy Lockers scheduled to meet with Spectrum Family practice in Mecosta county January, 2019.
      • Next steps for OB provider process
      • Next steps for cleaning kit supplies
      • Next steps for HEPA vacuum process
      • Next steps for reaching out to Northern Head Start providers and other home-visiting staff in northern counties
      • Prepared 50 more EBL Provider resources to distribute to OB offices
      • Lead Care II observation at Kent County scheduled for 10/31/18. Skype training for WIC staff scheduled for 11/2/18 staff meeting.
  • Reached out to home-visiting staff to follow-up on identifying clients eligible to receive lead-safe cleaning kits or use of HEPA vacuum
    • Five Cap – 14 kits provided (three given out referrals pending)
    • Oceana County Early Head Start- three of six kits distributed to clients
    • Oceana County Telamon – all five kits distributed to clients
    • 10/19/18 met with Kristy Vansickle EBL case manager Mason county
    • Meet with Newaygo MIHP staff via phone on 11/1/18
    • 10/19/18 communicated with Jen Hansen to arrange to speak at community health worker staff meeting in January 2019.
  • Established process for HEPA vacuum use
    • received totes for vacuums
  • Began reaching out to OB offices to arrange time to meet with staff
    • Spectrum OBGYN – Mason county: Met with office manager and select staff on 10/17/2018.
    • Munson OBGYN – Manistee county: Spoke with staff on 10/10/2018. Office had a fire and they cannot return until January of 2019. Will contact early next year.
    • Baldwin Family Healthcare – Lake county, Transitions – Manistee county, Spectrum/Gerber OBGYN – Newaygo county, and Shelby Family Care Center – Oceana county: 10/17/2018 left message requesting return call to set up meeting.
    • Munson OB – Grayling and Cadillac OBGYN: Spoke with front desk. Left message requesting return call to set up meeting.
    • Kalkaska OB – Kalkaska county, working on identifying contact person.
  • Scheduled training date: 
    • NEMCSA Head Start (Crawford County): 11/19/18 (9:30am in Frederic)
    • NEMCAA (Missaukee): 11/27/18 (Lake City)
  • Purchased more lead-safe cleaning supplies through Amazon
  • Assembled 8 complete cleaning kits 
  • Distributed 56 cleaning kits to agencies (total to date) )
  • Distributed 17 cleaning kits to at-risk persons through home-visiting agencies (total to date

 

CLEEC August Activities:

  • Presented training: 
    • Telamon: Oceana County (September 5: 20 attendees)
    • Early Head Start: Oceana County (9/7/18: 4 attendees)
    • Early Head Start: Five Cap (9/7/18: 12 attendees)
    • Spectrum Health Big Rapids OBGYN (9/26/18: 30 attendees) Coordinated and presented by Darcy Lockers, DHD#10 Personal Health Supervisor
  • Attended CLPPP training in Lansing on September 11, 2018
  • Held third planning meeting September 12, 2018
    • Reviewed 
  • Materials from 9/11/2018 training
  • Next steps for OB provider process
  • How to reach out to offices
  • What documents/resources to bring to meeting
  • one page for OB providers/staff
  • tear-off sheet
  • WIC brochures/Service guide
  • Well Fed Means Less Lead
  • Sample to kit
  • Next steps for cleaning kit supplies
  • Next steps for HEPA vacuum process
  • Next steps for reaching out to Northern Head Start providers and other home-visiting staff in northern counties
  • Established process for HEPA vacuum use
    • received ID tags for vacuums
    • need totes for vacuums
  • Began reaching out to OB offices to arrange time to meet with staff
  • Finalized process for OB provider referrals
  • Continued development of document to provide to OB providers explaining grant interventions and referral process
    • one page for OB providers/staff
    • tear-off sheets
  • Completed training evaluation summary
  • Purchased more lead-safe cleaning supplies
  • Received printed materials
    • tear-off sheets
    • WIC brochures
    • DHD#10 Agency Service guide
  • Assembled 25 complete cleaning kits 
  • Distributed 25 cleaning kits to agencies 
    • Telamon: Oceana County - 5 kits
    • Early Head Start Oceana County - 6 kits
    • Five Cap - 14 kits
  • Began assembly of 15 cleaning kits
  • Ordered and received 'Well-fed means Less Lead' brochure-200 English/50 Spanish Crawford county, 200 English/50 Spanish for Mason county
  • Distributed 9 cleaning kits to at-risk persons through home-visiting agencies

 

In July 2018, our project team convened in person once to review the activities and works in progress. See below summary.

  • Held meeting on 7-11-18 (see attached minutes)
  • Finalized power point and other resources that will be used for home visiting staff trainings (see attachment)
  • CLEEC staff presented the power point to DHD#10 WIC staff during staff meeting
  • Set dates for two trainings thus far; August 17 for DHD#10 home visiting staff and September 7 for Early Head Start staff (Oceana County)
  • Investigated and ordered 3 HEPA commercial vacuums. Vacuums were per recommendation by the State of Michigan Healthy Homes Representative.
  • Comparison shopped on line for clean kit supplies. We will order the first week of August 2018.
  • Comparison shopped for printing and copying of educational materials
  • Scheduled the next few planning meetings:  August 6, September 12, and October 18.

 

In June 2018, our grant project team convened and responsibilities/activities assigned based upon project timeline and deliverables. Much has been accomplished in just one month’s time. See below summary and attached draft forms and resources.

  • Held first planning meeting June 15th
  • Began development of training materials (power point, handouts, training evaluation)
  • Compiled contact information for community partners (Early Head Start and OB offices)
  • Scheduled first training with DHD#10 MIHP, Healthy Families staff - August 17th
  • Began development of process for obtaining cleaning kits
  • Began development of process for accessing use of HEPA vacuum
  • Began development of referral form and HEPA vacuum user agreement
  • Researched educational handouts to include in cleaning kit
  • Scheduled next planning meeting July 11th