Storybook Village sponsorship underscores connection between reading abilities and health outcomes.
CareSource, a nationally recognized nonprofit health plan enterprise, is a proud sponsor of Storybook Village at the 2023 Children’s Week in Tallahassee on March 28.
As part of its commitment to collaborate with community organizations throughout the State of Florida, CareSource will emphasize the importance of early childhood education. Literacy is one of the many non-medical drivers that impact health outcomes and is part of the CareSource mission to break down the barriers that impede health access across the nation.
Photo, video and interviews opportunities will be available.
As Cuddles the CareSource bear joins children from across the state to listen to stories about how to “Reach for the Stars”, CareSource reiterates its commitment to supporting organizations that advocate for early childhood education. Literacy is intricately connected to health care outcomes, and an important part of the CareSource mission.
Storybook Village at Children’s Week
South Plaza of Florida’s Historic Capitol Building, Tallahassee
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
|WHO:||Interviews available with Angie Carey, senior director of community-based partnerships, CareSource|
|INTERVIEWS:||For on-site interviews, please contact Isabel Ferrand at firstname.lastname@example.org or 904-647-0557|
CareSource is a nonprofit, nationally recognized managed care organization with over 2.3 million members. Headquartered in Dayton, Ohio since its founding in 1989, CareSource administers one of the largest Medicaid managed care plans in the U.S. The organization offers health insurance, including Medicaid, Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicare products. As a mission-driven organization, CareSource is transforming health care with innovative programs that address the social determinants of health, health equity, prevention and access to care. CareSource Florida Co. was formed to offer programs and products in the state of Florida.