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  1. Let’s Move Child Care Dianna L. Pickett RN, MSN MCH Nurse Consultant Healthy Child Care Oregon Office of Family Health

  2. Public health problem right here!

  3. What is Let’s Move Child Care? • I Am Moving I Am Learning developed to address obesity in childhood in response to the Let’s Move Campaign • Let’s Move Child Care developed from the Head Start experience and focused to community child care • First train-the-trainer for Let’s Move Child Care September 2011 in Region X

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  5. What is Let’s Move Child Care Goals • Physical Activity – 1-2 hr.s/day and outside play daily • Screentime – None for kids under 2 yrs. And only ½ hr./week for others. • Food – Serve Fruits, vegetables, and no fried foods family style • Beverages – More water/ fewer sugar sweetened drinks • Infant Feeding – Support for breastfeeding infants and mothers

  6. What is Let’s Move Child Care

  7. What is Let’s Move Child Care • Planning tools and resources and guidelines for best practices. • Posters, nutrition and activity vocabulary, music, activity and meal planning tools, tip sheets, directions for making play materials • Motor skills observation and evaluation tools, infant feeding guidelines, tips for adjusting • for individual kids’ needs. • Focus on self-care with good nutrition and activity, fun at work! Choosykids.com website

  8. How does it work?

  9. What is Public Health-y about Let’s Move Child Care? OFH Activities: • The Child Health Collaborative • Nutrition and Physical Activity Workgroup • Breastfeeding is a priority Data: • PRAMS data • Data and recommendations from the Right From The Start Survey 2011 • Oral health data • WIC data Funding • Race To The Top Grant