Healthcare Network Provider Co-authors New Child’s Activity and Coloring Book

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The Florida State University Center for Child Stress and Health published a new coloring and activity book, The Germ that Wears a Crown: A Story About the Coronavirus. Co-author Dr. Javier Rosado, who is the Director of Clinical Research for the FSU Center for Child Stress and Health located at the Immokalee Health Education Site, also works as a psychologist with the Healthcare Network. The Healthcare Network is a Future Ready Collier partner.

Important Help for Kids and Families

The Center for Child Stress and Health delivers resources to both families and healthcare providers to help support the treatment and prevention of childhood toxic stress. The Center operates through the Immokalee Health Education Site, its home since 2007 with the Healthcare Network. This activity book is available for free online. It can be downloaded and printed for kids to read and color in. In addition, other resources are on their website. View them by clicking here. Information for parents is offered in English, Spanish, and Creole.

About the Healthcare Network

The Healthcare Network delivers healthcare, including primary care, pediatrics, women’s healthcare, behavioral healthcare, and dental care, at community health centers throughout Collier County. Importantly, all patients are welcome regardless of insurance. Payment is accepted on a sliding fee scale. If you need to visit a Healthcare Network provider, please call (239) 658-3000 to schedule an appointment.

Future Ready Collier works with the Healthcare Network because much more than schoolwork helps shape a student’s future success in life. For example, physical and behavioral wellness contribute to a child’s achievements at school and at home. Trusted community partners like the Healthcare Network reach families in unique ways. Sharing information like this activity book can be meaningful to local families in need of guidance and resources.



Information gathered from the FSU Center for Child Stress and Health and the Healthcare Network.