The Healthy Children Project is a project of the Learning Disabilities Association of America. In 2002, the Learning Disabilities Association of America created the Healthy Children Project to:
We have known for years it is not enough to test children for lead, we need to eliminate the source of the exposure. This is good for children as well as our state. Reducing the healthcare, special education, and other costs resulting from lead exposure is a win for everyone.
Testimony Against Proposed Amendments to the BSEED Amendments to the Proposed Maintenance Code Rental Ordinance impacting sections relating to Certificates of Compliance and Lead Clearance in rental properties, Sep. 2021.
The Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA) shares the distress of parents and professionals across the country over the situation in Flint, Michigan. The damage that has been done, and will continue to be done, by the contaminated water supply of Flint, is of immediate concern. – Jan. 2015
Letter to the Editor, Jan. 2015
Galaxolide is a synthetic musk, a commonly used fragrance ingredient found in household products. Galaxolide is widely used by cleaning and personal care product companies and can be found in many products including surface cleaners, laundry products, air fresheners, cosmetics and perfumes. The use of Galaxolide has been steadily increasing in the United States over the last 30 years,
Facts About Galaxolide (downloadable pdf)
Other LDA of MI Actions to Protect Michigan’s Children: