UCHD, Protecting Your Health.


Monday, 12 March 2012 18:24

Does Your Kitchen Make the Grade?

A quiz developed by the Los Angeles County Public Health Department helps home cooks discover if their kitchen would pass a restaurant inspection. The quiz focuses on food safety and proper food handling practices. Click on the link below to take the quiz and see if kitchen might need some improvements to protect your family from food borne illnesses.

Home Kitchen Quiz

The Union County Health Department is providing Union County residents with a free and easy way to screen your child to determine if they are developmentally “on track”. The Ages and Stages Questionnaire -3 (ASQ-3) and the Ages and Stages Questionnaire: Social Emotional (ASQ-SE) screening tools can help your family determine if your child is reaching their developmental milestones. 

The ASQ-3 and the ASQ-SE are nationally recognized reliable screening tool for children ages birth to five. These screening tools will help your family to determine if you may want to pursue further evaluation of your child’s development.  

The ASQ-3 is a screening tool for your child’s fine motor, gross motor, and speech. To use the ASQ-3 to screen your child, click here: ASQ-3

The ASQ-Social Emotional screening tool screens your child on attachment, interaction with family and friends, and ability to adjust to their environment. To use the ASQ-SE to screen your child, click here: ASQ-SE

Once you complete the screening tools the results will be sent to the Union County Health Department. All information that you provide including your contact information and developmental information will be treated as medical information and will not be shared with anyone without your written consent. 

Within five business days of completing the screening a child development professional will contact you either by phone or mail with the screening results. You will also receive a paper copy of the results for your records.  If you have any questions please feel free to call the Union County Health Department at (937) 642-2053.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011 14:03

Exotic Animal Regulations

Exotic/Wild Animal Regulations In light of the tragedy in Muskingum County in October 2011, the Union County Health Department reminds and reassures residents that Union County has regulations against the possession of exotic/wild animals. In 1998, the Board of Health adopted the Exotic Animal Regulations which prohibit the housing of wild and exotic animals in Union County. Click hereicon Exotic Animal Regulations to see the list of wild/exotic animals listed in the resolution.

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