#DrinkMoreWaterYoufla - Hopevale
Apunipima Child Health Nurse Robyn Lythall, Chronic Disease Health Worker Georgia Gibson and Dietitian Jarrah Marsh gave kids from Nola’s Daycare and George Bowen Memorial Kindergarten Apunipima ‘Drink More Water Youfla’ water bottles last week which will really save the staff lugging big containers of water!
The bottles are plastic, easily stored in the fridge and will have the children’s photos on them so the kids know which one is theirs!
Big esso (thank you) to the Apunipima teams that helped with this!
The few remaining water bottles are being kept for children receiving their four year old health checks and their immunisations to help them get healthy habits for school.
Staff are encouraging kids coming in for health checks and shots to fill their bottles from the watercooler at the Hopevale Primary Health Care Centre on their way out.
The Healthy Communities Project Team (Cara Laws, Tiffany Williams, Kiarah Cuthbert and Kani Thompson) would like to thank Hopevale staff for sharing the water bottles, which are merchandise from our Sugary Drinks Proper No Good – Drink More Water Youfla campaign.
Picture: Childcare worker Auntie Irene Bambie and Georgia Gibson
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