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Obesity work in East Berkshire 3 rd July 2014 Pip Collings – Public Health Nutrition L ead, Slough. E A S T B E R K S H I R E PUBLIC HEALTH. Primary Prevention. E A S T B E R K S H I R E PUBLIC HEALTH. Treatment Programmes.

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Obesity work in east berkshire 3 rd july 2014 pip collings public health nutrition l ead slough

Obesity work in East Berkshire3rd July 2014Pip Collings – Public Health Nutrition Lead, Slough

E A S T B E R K S H I R EPUBLIC HEALTH


Primary prevention

Primary Prevention

E A S T B E R K S H I R EPUBLIC HEALTH


Treatment programmes

Treatment Programmes

E A S T B E R K S H I R EPUBLIC HEALTH


Healthy e ating case study

Healthy Eating Case Study

Aims

  • To tackle childhood obesity in primary school children

  • To improve the nutritional quality of packed lunches and

  • Promote school meals.

    Objectives

  • To work with Primary Schools focusing on improving packed lunches.

  • To provide education sessions to each school year to inform and inspire the pupils and

  • parents to create balanced packed lunches.

    Method

  • Survey of all pupil’s lunches before and after the project (Meal or No Meal)

  • Healthy eating lessons from dietitians

  • Song to teach the children about the food groups

  • Each pupil set their own target for improvements

  • Stickers and house points as a reward for pupils with fruit

  • Tasty teas for parents including school meal tasting

  • Packed lunch leaflets with ideas and recipes

  • Assemblies


Evaluation of knowledge

Evaluation of knowledge

  • Key Stage 1Key Stage 2


Evaluation of behaviour

Evaluation of behaviour

School 2 2010/11

School 1 2009/10

School 4 2012/13

School 3 2011/12

Before

After


Obesity work in rbwn

Obesity work in RBWN

  • Slimming World

    67 Referrals from Oct 13, 66 lost weight, 27 lost 5%

  • Breast feeding

    26 mums supported from Jan –April (Dedworth Clinic) weekly 7 clinics in RBWM

  • Community Dietician

    830

  • Community events

    8 events where healthy eating and weight management information given (incl.BMI checks)


Physical activity work in rbwm

Physical Activity work in RBWM

  • SMILE

    • prevent trips/slips and falls in older people, improve balance, co-ordination and general well being. Prevent older people becoming isolated by offering activities in the Borough for over 50s 60s 70s & 80s.

    • 3000 people a month

    • 50 sessions a week offering;

      • Beginners Aerobics, Short Tennis, Gym, Chair based exercise, Short Mat Bowls, Circuit based class, Aerobics, Yoga, Ballroom Dancing, Walking and Pilates.


Physical activity work in rbwm1

Physical Activity work in RBWM

  • Fit for Life

    • aimed at 14+ to adults and families. Includes a range of sports/activities to encourage residents to try different activities and find sports/activities they want to continue on a weekly basis.

  • Fire Fit –

    • to support 20 vulnerable children and families to embed healthy eating and physical activity practices into daily lives, and improve psychological wellbeing and self-esteem.

  • School Sports Partnerships

    • RBWM has 2, Charters School and the second jointly hosted by Windsor Boys' School and Windsor Girls' School.


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