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Child care nutrition education and training program


, : Child care nutrition education and training program.

The Child Care Nutrition Education Training Program was conducted in 1979-80 as part of the North Carolina Nutrition Education and Training State Program. The main purpose was to develop an effective model for providing nutrition education and experiences to improve the food choices of young children and their caregivers. A comprehensive approach was used. Four groups were targeted: child care teachers, child care food preparation personnel, children, and parents. The various nutrition education services available in the state and the child care training programs were involved in designing a coordinated plan for increasing future nutrition work with child care personnel. Results include the findings of the statewide needs assessment and the pilot demonstration of nutrition education in 24 day care centers. Recommendations for extending nutrition education through planned use of all nutrition related agencies are included as part of the final report of the project. (AUTHOR)

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