Our Publications

Why does Ava love showing off her glasses to all her classmates? 
Find out by downloading Ava the Owl and reading the original story featuring Ava and her friends!

Download Ava the Owl HERE.

Healthier Kids Foundation Annual Report 2017

If you missed any of our Symposiums and want to see a presentation again, you can view the powerpoints below or watch the videos here. You can also view the DataBooks from the Annual Symposiums. These books focus on specific areas of children’s health within our community: health coverage, mental health, oral health, vision health, and health education.

At a Glance: Status of Children’s Health, 2018

At a Glance: Status of Children’s Health, 2017

2016 Symposium Presentations
Peter Long, PhD
Douglas Jutte, MD, MPH
Patricia Barreto, MD, MPH & Karina Perez, MS, RDN
Wendelin Slusser, MD, MS

At a Glance: Status on Children’s Health in Santa Clara County, 2016

2015 Symposium Presentations
Dr. Dianna J. Ballesteros, EdD
Robert H. Lustig, MD, MSL
Anisha Patel, MD, MSPH
Jessica Ray, RDH
Balaji Govindaswami, MD, MPH

At a Glance: Status on Children’s Health in Santa Clara County, 2015

2014 Symposium Presentations
Anisha Patel, MD, MSPH
Douglas Jutte, MD, MPH
Karina Perez, MS, RDN
Melinda Landau
John Fehmer

At a Glance: Status on Children’s Health in Santa Clara County, 2014

2013 Symposium Presentations
Bob Brownstein
Roseanne Rogers, MD
Karina Perez, MS, RD
Sherri Terao

At a Glance: Status on Children’s Health in Santa Clara County, 2013

At a Glance: Status on Children’s Health in Santa Clara County, May 2012
After we published our first edition of At a Glance: Status on Children’s Health in Santa Clara County, we received so much positive feedback from our colleagues. Thus, we decided to publish a second edition with updated and additional data.

At a Glance: Status on Children’s Health in Santa Clara County, May 2011
This report focuses on health disparities and health issues among children in our county. The purpose of this report is to raise awareness of the importance of children’s health and initiate ongoing dialogue among the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to ensure that we are collectively working together to increase the overall health and well-being of children in Santa Clara County.

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