Health Work and Physical Education

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1933 - 97 strani
 

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Stran 66 - For every child who is blind, deaf, crippled, or otherwise physically handicapped, and for the child who is mentally handicapped, such measures as will early discover and diagnose his handicap, provide care and treatment, and so train him that he may become an asset to society rather than a liability.
Stran 66 - For every child full preparation for his birth, his mother receiving prenatal, natal, and postnatal care; and the establishment of such protective measures as will make child-bearing safer...
Stran 66 - For every child such teaching and training as will prepare him for successful parenthood, homemaking, and the rights of citizenship; and, for parents, supplementary training to fit them to deal wisely with the problems of parenthood...
Stran 66 - For every child a school which is safe from hazards, sanitary, properly equipped, lighted, and ventilated.
Stran 66 - For every child a home and that love and security which a home provides ; and for that child who must receive foster care, the nearest substitute for his own home...
Stran 67 - To supplement the home and the school in the training of youth, and to return to them those interests of which modern life tends to cheat children, every stimulation and encouragement should be given to the extension and development of the voluntary youth organizations 19.
Stran 67 - Available hospital beds (c) Full-time public welfare service for the relief, aid, and guidance of children in special need due to poverty, misfortune or behavior difficulties, and for the protection of children from abuse, neglect, exploitation, or moral hazard.
Stran 66 - For every child from birth through adolescence, promotion of health, including health instruction and a health program, wholesome physical and mental recreation, with teachers and leaders adequately trained VII.
Stran 67 - For every child the right to grow up in a family with an adequate standard of living and the security of a stable income as the surest safeguard against social handicaps.