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Reducing Childhood Obesity: Work Towards the LAA Target in Walsall. Obesity Prevalence in Walsall. Reducing Y6 obesity is a partnership priority and a target in all of the following: Local Area Agreement Children and Young People’s scorecard Vital Signs World Class Commissioning
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Actual vs. Predicted Performance on Vital Signs Obesity Targets. Positive numbers denote a performance that is ‘better than predicted’.
Healthy Start Vouchers for fruit and vegetables
Health awareness sessions for Y4 children in schools delivered by Walsall FCCP, Walsall Council and WM Fire Service
Physical Activity Team: CAP specific Physical Activity Advisors, Family Fit sessions, Active Clubs training.
Walsall Active Youth: : Specialised sessions and programmes e.g. Skillz4Sport, Community Lifestyles, etc
Partnership work to promote Active Travel to school and use of Greenspaces
Proposed Childhood (Age 0 to 16 years) Overweight and Obesity Care Pathway
Change4Life Advisor Service
Based on national campaign. Over 80% mothers recognise the brand.
Supports families before and after more intensive weight management programmes to ensure behaviour changes are long term.
Advisor works one to one with families.
Assess readiness to change, monitor height and weight of the whole family, signposting, follow up.
Targeted work to reduce health inequalities.
1:1 Support: dietician, endocrinologist, paediatrician, PA specialist, drugs, surgery*
Level 3: Multidisciplinary Approach
Level 2: First Line Weight Management for children age 0 to 16 years
Overweight and obese children in Bentley aged 4-7 years.
Maternal and EY Pilot:Focus: food, activity, breastfeeding, weaning family wellbeing. Minimise weight gain during pregnancy. Mothers and children aged 0-2 years.
8-16 Treatment Service
Overweight and obese treatment service for children aged 8-16 years.
Early Years Intervention: children at risk of being overweight and obese. Aged 2-4 years.
Make it CountPrevention and treatment programme for 4-7 years.
Level 1: Identification
Calculate age-sex specific percentile in children aged 2 –15 years
Child > 91st = overweight Child > 98th = obese
Sources of referral/identification: School Health, NCMP Letter and Self Referral, GP, Secondary Care, Young Persons Health Advisor, Midwife, Health Visitor, Practice Nurse, Adult Weight Management Services, Children\'s Centre Staff
Active and Sustainable Transport and Road Safety Project
Saddlers Health Awareness Promoting Exercise