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Quincy Medical Group and AOK Network present Children’s Health and Resource fair

7 months, 4 weeks ago by Denise Donley

Quincy Medical Group and the All Our Kids (AOK) network are excited to announce the first ever Children’s Health and Resource Fair on Wednesday, April 23rd from 6 to 8 pm at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Quincy.


“We are excited to partner with the All Our Kids (AOK) network to spotlight area resources. Our area schools
and healthcare community are screening more children to identify needs or concerns and it’s very important
families know what resources are available to them,” says BJ Berhorst, Director of Behavioral Health at Quincy
Medical Group. “We hope people join us in helping to raise awareness of resources available to children (Birth
-18), in our community and surrounding areas, specifically related to behavioral health, mental health and/or
developmental issues.”


The event will begin with informational booths from QMG departments such as Behavioral Health, Pediatrics,
OBGYN, Physical Therapy and Nutrition Services as well as booths from the AOK Network, Chaddock, the
Kroc Center, Transitions, the Autism Support Group and more. The event will end with presentations from
QMG providers and staff. Topics discussed will include understanding developmental screenings and local
resources, case presentation and panel discussion.

The Children’s Health and Resource Fair is free to the public and no reservation is required to attend. Light
snacks will also be served.


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