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  • NSU Athletics will share information about joining their "kids club" and allow participants to spin a prize wheel for giveaways.

  • The Department of Pediatric Dentistry will provide  dental education and dental goodies.

  • The Faculty Practice Dental Clinic will share information about the unique customer service their patient's experience in obtaining dental care in a professional atmosphere while providing comprehensive and general specialty services in a private practice setting. Their patients receive quality dental care from accomplished NSU faculty who are educating the next generation of dentists and specialists.

  • Parents and children  will be educated on effective handwashing by the Academy of Student Pharmacists. The most common infections/germs one carries though their hands will be explained.

  • American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacists (AAPP)  will help kids customize brain - shaped cutouts with fun accessories, fostering awareness about the significance of nurturing their own mental well - being.

  • Using “MyPlate” as a game, the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists will teach children about "Healthy Helpings." Using pictures and real versions of the foods, visitors will learn about fruits, grains, vegetables, protein, and dairy that fit each category.

  • The Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International (CPFI) will host 2 games centered  on pharmacy and God.

  • The College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists will help children make and decorate their own stress balls. Stress balls are known to help with grip strengthening, as well as help kids stay calm and focus.

  • Every year, thousands of children are rushed to the emergency room after finding and ingesting medication, or after being given the incorrect dose. The Industry Pharmacists Organization will educate parents and children on the importance of safe medication use. 

  • Pain management education for kids and their parents will be provided by Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc.

  • As Cold & Flu season approaches, the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) will provide education on flu shots and personal hygiene (hand washing, covering your nose and mouth when sneezing and coughing.). They will provide coloring pages related to these topics.

  • NSU Pharmacy is  providing flu vaccines.

  • Accidents can happen and it’s best to be prepared. Phi Delta Chi, Beta Lambda Chapter (PDC) presents "First Aid 101." They'll provide tips, facts, and safety advice on how to best handle accidents. Children will get a chance to put their knowledge into action through activities, as well as make their own first aid kits with alcohol swabs, band-aids, gauze, gloves, and more.

  • In their version of "Painting with a Twist," Phi Lambda Sigma will provide children with a paintbrush, canvas, watercolors, and a paint kit to broaden their creativity and tune their fine motor skills.

  • Children will have the opportunity to learn about pharmacy related items such as medication bottles, syringes, etc. through painting medical-themed cartoons using syringes prefilled with colored paint by students of the Student College of Clinical Pharmacy. Participants will win a prize and keep their artwork.

  • The Student National Pharmacists Association (SNPhA) will have an interactive activity, a “pharmacy edition” board game like Chutes and Ladders or Candyland. Children will play kid-friendly trivia with questions related to pharmacy. 

  •  Student Society of Health System Pharmacists (SSHP)  where kids take on the role of a pharmacist. At this table, children will have the opportunity to fill their own "prescriptions" using a prescription label and different colored "fuzzies". 

  • Children's mental health and well-being will be covered by the Psychology Services Center. There will be pamphlets and giveaways. Through fun interactive games, they'll engage the children.

  • Information about Area Health Education Center’s Tobacco Cessation Program will be distributed. In particular, how they offer free live and virtual group tobacco-cessation support classes as well as free nicotine replacement therapy.

  • The Department of Nutrition will present nutrition and exercise information through fun and educational activities, and games.

  • Interprofessional Diabetes Education and Awareness (IDEA) an interactive presentation to the children and their families on diabetes prevention and management.

  •  NSU Occupational Therapy Students/Faculty FREE pediatric milestone screenings! Also discuss questions about Occupational Therapy services and resources. All interactions are performed by senior level Doctorate of OT students under the supervision of experienced NSU OT faculty.

  • The Sports Medicine Clinic will teach visitors how to eat healthy and exercise. Children and their caregivers will learn how to listen to their hearts before and after exercise. Using a FitBall, this group will offer a fun physical activity game.


  • The Department of Health and Human Performance will demonstrate some of the tools used to assess the human body.

  • The Department of Physical Therapy students will provide caregivers with educational information and engage children through interactive activities. Children can participate in age-appropriate activities, like ball tossing and balance games, while caregivers will learn about what is considered normal physical development in their children.

  • The Department of Speech-Language Pathology will be presenting and distributing information about speech, hearing, language, and human communication. They will also be offering hearing screenings for children.

  • NSU Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing is offering BMI checks, Nutrition education, and
    Lifestyle education​.

  • The Student Academy of Audiology will present information on noise and hearing loss. They will have video otoscopy, earplugs, and coloring pages.

NSU Health - Health Care Clinics

  • At the  NSU AHEC Tobacco Cessation table learn about free live and virtual group tobacco-cessation support classes, along with free nicotine replacement therapy for participants that want to quit any form of tobacco product.

  • NSU Audiology Clinic  Learn about educational information, hearing protection, video otoscopy of the ear canal, hearing screening checklists and information on communication milestones. 

  • The Brief Therapy Institute and Medical Family Therapy will facilitate family interactions through the development of crafting a family tree. Children will have the opportunity to make at their arts and craft station.  

  • The NSU College of Optometry is offering Free vision screenings, DIY Slime Table, Coloring Book Station, and Patient education table

  • Children's mental health and well-being will be covered by the Psychology Services Center. There will be pamphlets and giveaways. Through fun interactive games, they'll engage the children.

  • The Sports Medicine Clinic will  offer various backyard and arcade style interactive games for the children. Parents can also pick up information on how to spot signs of dehydration, as well as ask professionals about outdoor safety.


University of Miami-Nova Southeastern University Center

for Autism & Related Disabilities (UM-NSU CARD)

  • UM-NSU CARD will discuss their free support services for people with autism, their families, and the community.

  • University School Parenting Place  Meet our Parenting Place team and learn about the innovative programs that are offered for parents, caregivers, and children to learn, play, and grow together. Hands-on activities will be available to explore including a sensory take-home!

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