MCH/General Wellbeing Turning points Part VIII: 1965-1969.


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MCH/General Wellbeing Points of reference Part VIII: 1965-1969 Greg R. Alexander, MPH, ScD Cathy Chadwick, MPH Donna J. Petersen, MHS, ScD MaryAnn Pass, MD, MPH Martha Kill, MPH Nicole Shumpert, BS Branch of Maternal and Tyke Wellbeing The MCH Authority Aptitudes Preparing Foundation
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MCH/Public Health Milestones Part VIII: 1965-1969 Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Greg R. Alexander, MPH, ScD Cathy Chadwick, MPH Donna J. Petersen, MHS, ScD MaryAnn Pass, MD, MPH Martha Slay, MPH Nicole Shumpert, BS Department of Maternal and Child Health The MCH Leadership Skills Training Institute University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Acknowledgment Supported by subsidizing from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1965 Medicaid and Medicare sanctioned Title V Amended Children and Youth Project Neighborhood and Migrant Health Centers Child Nutrition Act Highway Safety Act Reorganization of HEW Title V approves newborn child care, family arranging, and dental EPSDT School Lunch and Child Nutrition Act extended Children’s Bureau exchanged to Office of Child Development Rubella antibody authorized 1969 Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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The 1960’s and 70’s Tremendous extension of governmentally financed projects for poor people and for youngsters Growth in broad daylight division programs at the state and nearby levels, numerous giving direct administrations Growth in thwarted expectation with government Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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War on Poverty In his first State of the Union location, on January 8, 1964 , President Johnson reported that his organization " today, at this very moment, pronounces unequivocal war on destitution in America , and I ask this Congress and all Americans to join with me in that effort.“ His project required a deliberate exertion in "chronically troubled areas" of the nation, an adolescent livelihood ("job corps") plan, development of the sustenance stamp and unemployment alleviation frameworks, and extraordinary guide to schools, libraries, doctor\'s facilities, and nursing homes. Bureau of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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War on Poverty: President Johnson and Mrs. Johnson in Kentucky Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1965: Title XVIII and XIX of the Social Security Act Medicare (Title XVIII) built up to give wellbeing protection scope to persons over age 65 Medicaid (Title XIX) set up to give wellbeing protection scope to low pay ladies and youngsters (likewise, matured, visually impaired and debilitated) Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1965: Title V Amended, P.L. 89-97 The 1965 revisions (P.L. Law 89-97) corrected Title V of the Social Security Act by giving extensive human services to youngsters and youth, the purported “C&Y Projects”. Branch of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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C & Y Projects There was a developing acknowledgment that far reaching nurture kids and youth, especially in low-wage regions. Enactment went in 1965 ( P.L 89-97 ), gave this consideration through Children and Youth (C & Y) ventures . An essential order was to make these administrations open, accessible and proper to the recognized low-pay neighborhoods The plan was to give extensive medicinal services to kids and youth including wellbeing supervision, screening, restorative consideration, sustenance, and social administrations. Bureau of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Comprehensive Neighborhood Health Centers Comprehensive Neighborhood Health Centers were made as a Partnership\'s feature for Health Act and under the Office of Economic Opportunity. The plan of these focuses was to give family-centered group human services . In 1971, the system was exchanged to the Public Health Service and was renamed the Community Health Centers Program Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Migrant Health Program The Migrant Health Program was set up in 1965 to give pre-birth and newborn child consideration administrations to transients, regular ranch laborers and their families Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Migrant Health Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1966: Child Nutrition Act The Child\'s plan Nutrition Act of 1966 was to guarantee that youngsters were given satisfactory nourishment so as to advance better improvement and learning Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1966: Highway Safety Act and the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act Authorized the government to set and control models for engine vehicles and thruways Vehicles were constructed with new wellbeing elements, including head rests, vitality retaining controlling wheels, break safe windshields, and seat straps By 1970, engine vehicle-related demise rates were diminishing Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1967: Department of HEW Reorganized A Department\'s revamping of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) was organized by authoritative request. The wellbeing and welfare segments of the Children’s Bureau were isolated, with an obligations\' percentage of the Children’s Bureau dispersed among different organizations Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1967: Title V Authorizes Infant Care, Family Planning and Dental Care The Title V approval of 1967 made three new restorative task stipends: newborn child care (neonatal concentrated consideration) family arranging dental consideration Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Title XIX Amendments EPSDT The Medicaid statute ( Title XIX ) was altered in 1967 to make the Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT ) program for poor youngsters. The motivation behind EPSDT was to recognize and analyze wellbeing issues of poverty stricken kids however the procurement of intermittent physical and formative examinations. The system likewise gave trusts to the treatment of ailments and other wellbeing conditions Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Child getting oral polio antibody Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1968: School Lunch and Child Nutrition Act Expanded In 1968, Congress extended the School Lunch and Child Nutrition Act . A system was made to give nourishment to class age youngsters amid the mid year. Also, a year-round project was started to give sustenance to low-wage youngsters, and in addition kids in day-consideration focuses and Head Start programs. Branch of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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1969: White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health In 1969, President Nixon gathered a White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health . After this Conference, the Secretary of Agriculture built up the Food and Nutrition Service with a specific end goal to oversee the government sustenance help programs. Branch of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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President Richard M. Nixon Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Children’s Bureau Transferred to Office of Child Development The Children’s Bureau was disbanded in 1969. Obligations that had stayed with the Children’s Bureau after the HEW redesign, were exchanged to the recently made Office of Child Development . At the point when this happened, the wellbeing projects of the Children’s Bureau were exchanged to the U.S. General Health Services, in an office now known as the Maternal and Child Health Bureau . Division of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Rubella Vaccine Licensed The rubella immunization was authorized in June, 1969. Bureau of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Child with Rubella Department of Maternal and Child Health University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Maternal and Child Health/Public Health Milestones: 1965-1969 Photo Acknowledgments Slide 6: During the 1960s, hundred of a large number of individuals participated in a few distinctive dissent developments, including the social equality development, the counter Vietnam War development, the ladies\' rights development, the gay rights development, and the ecological development. These activists were endeavoring to change American culture through showings, walks, sit-ins

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