Lifespan Community Health Services' Marianne Stepanian, RN, teaches fourth and fifth graders about their hearts.
The HiTECH Heart program (Help in Teaching Elementary Children about Healthy Hearts) is a free multi-lesson, introductory series developed by the Minnesota Health Institute Foundation to help fourth and fifth grade elementary school students discover how the heart works and how to use healthy behaviors to care for it.
The Teaching Children to Save Lives program teaches children about introductory CPR. The HiTECH Heart program expands students' knowledge about their hearts.
Students will learn:
Lifespan Community Health Services will provide:
This program is available throughout the school year at no or low cost to your school. To schedule an appointment to learn more about the HiTECH Heart program, please call Marianne Stepanian, RN, Lifespan Community Health Services, at 401-431-5410, ext. 229.
All HiTECH heart educational materials were developed by the Minnesota Health Institute Foundation.