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Sesame Street in Communities

Since 2010, UnitedHealthcare and Sesame Workshop have partnered on multimedia initiatives that improve the well-being of young children and families—especially those most vulnerable—by building a strong foundation for lifelong healthy habits. UnitedHealthcare and Sesame Workshop’s partnership offers bilingual (English and Spanish) educational materials including:

  • New resources to help children build resilience and thrive in their communities, including three new storybooks featuring Sesame Street Muppets Karli, Lily, and Alex; and Roads to Resilience, a comprehensive course for providers and caregivers to help implement the new resilience resources with the children they serve, building happy and healthy communities together.
  • Growing Every Day, Every Way, offering parents and caregivers information on developmental milestones and aligning them with well-child visits.
  • We Have the Moves, encouraging families to incorporate physical activity into daily routines.
  • Food for Thought: Eating Well on a Budget uniquely supporting families coping with limited access to affordable, nutritious food.

We have also addressed a variety of children’s health issues through initiatives designed to help families avoid exposure to lead, help children with asthma lead active lives, and create and maintain a safe home environment. Since 2019, UnitedHealthcare and Sesame Workshop have partnered to create resources for grandparents and held special Grandparents Day activities.

https://www.uhccommunityplan.com/grow

Initiatives

UnitedHealthcare has worked on the following initiatives with us:

Growing Every Day, Every Way

Growing Every Day, Every Way

Monster Moments

English Spanish

Muppet Milestones Chart

English Spanish

Parent Newsletter

English Spanish

Host Guide

English

Related Content

Related Content

Looking for Special

English Spanish

The Monster Dash

English Spanish

Bounce Back

English Spanish

Road To Resilience

Course
Eating Well

Eating Well

Resources
Moving Our Bodies

Moving Our Bodies

Resources

Grandparents Are Grand!

English Spanish