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Register for access to memberships and other artrageous benefits. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. Fit 4 You Fit 4 You is an Odessa Brown program dedicated to helping patients and families eat healthy and stay active for better health through cooking classes and swimming classes. Classes are held on Fridays at 5:30 or 6 p. Call Rebecca at 206-987-7223 to sign up.
Family cooking and nutrition classes These cooking and nutrition classes, running in six-week sessions, begin in September and meet one evening per week. During class time, families and school-age children can learn more about making easy, healthy and tasty meals each week, including a trip to the grocery story. Each week you will take a home a bag of food. For more information about family cooking classes, please call 206-987-7223. We want to help all families be as healthy as possible. For more information, Odessa Brown patients may also call Linda at 206-987-7223.
Community Outreach The clinic staff at Odessa Brown is very involved in the community. We provide family support services, particularly for homeless and kindred care. WIC is a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children eat well, learn about nutrition and stay healthy. OBCC provides WIC services at our clinic.
For more information, please call 206-987-7235. Early relationships help children form their social, emotional, behavioral and language development. PCIT works to improve the quality of the parent-child relationship and to change patterns of parent-child interactions. Disruptive behavior is the most common reason for referral of young children for mental health services and can include issues such as talking back or aggression. For more information, please call 206-987-7201.
Physicals Our providers can perform pre-participation physicals for school, Head Start, camp and sports. Northwest Sickle Cell Collaborative The Northwest Sickle Cell Collaborative makes life better for children and families with sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait. As a joint project of Odessa Brown and several other healthcare organizations, the collaborative is a great example of partnership with purpose. The mobile clinic provides exams, preventive care, fillings and minor oral surgery on a sliding-fee basis. MLP has a full-time lawyer who can provide free legal assistance to most families. MLP can also assist with issues not listed above.
If think you have a problem requiring legal assistance, please ask to speak to Seema Mhatre, the clinic social worker. If you would like more information about the MLP, please email Annette Quayle, MSW, program coordinator, or call her at 206-987-5942. Please forward this error screen to sharedip-132148214193. Audiology is the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and balance problems. We are experts in identifying and evaluating hearing loss in babies and young children, as well as teens and young adults. Our Audiology program provides a full range of hearing tests, and we offer complete rehabilitation services including hearing aids and FM systems at clinics in Seattle and Bellevue. The first 2 years of life are the most critical for learning speech and language, and hearing loss that is not noticed can hurt your child’s ability to learn these important skills.
Helping children with hearing loss early in life can help them communicate for the rest of their lives. Behavioral hearing assessments measure how your child behaves in response to speech and other sounds. We offer behavioral hearing assessments for young people from 6 months to 21 years old. The assessments are tailored to your child’s age and development. During these tests, we use speakers or earphones to play speech and other sounds to your child at varying levels. Physiologic hearing assessments measure your child’s physical response to quiet sounds.
Newborn hearing screening tests are physiologic hearing assessments. We perform hearing screening tests for babies age 6 months and younger. We also use diagnostic physiologic hearing assessments as a way to diagnose hearing disorders in children at any age. Because our clinic only serves children, teens and young adults, we understand growing bodies. Our team is experienced in helping you and your child find the hearing aid that works best to meet your child’s needs. We use evidence-based fitting strategies designed for children to make the fitting of your child’s hearing aids as comfortable and precise as possible.