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  1. November 10, 2010 Statewide Conference Call Healthy Children, Healthy Weights Curriculum provided in cooperation with Columbus Public Health. Funding provided by the Ohio Department of Health

  2. What is Ohio Healthy Programs? Exciting new project for your program Can have a huge impact on helping staff, children and families incorporate healthy habits Provides Step Up To Quality approved specialized credit for Healthy Programs training Illustrates to your child care parents your commitment to providing a wellness-rich environment Earn Healthy Program status and a free Fit Kit to help you in your work!

  3. Why Ohio Healthy Programs? • Children form eating habits early in life. • Young children are developing good and bad feelings about their bodies. • Children view adult caregivers as those who “know all of the answers” about life. Adults are key role models during this stage.

  4. Why is This Important? Sources: Ohio Department of Health: School and Adolescent Health Section, 2007 & 2008Ohio Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System (PedNSS), 2007. • Overweight children in the U.S. • 13% of children aged 2-5 years • 15% of children aged 6-11 years

  5. Why is This Important? Sources: Ohio Department of Health: School and Adolescent Health Section, 2007 & 2008Ohio Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System (PedNSS), 2007. • Overweight pre-school children in OHIO • 33.9% Hispanic children • 27.2% Caucasian children • 25.3% African-American children • 3rd Graders in OHIO • Obesity affects 17% • Overweight affects 18%

  6. OHIO: Obesity Across the Lifespan BMI > 95th Percentile Newborns 10-17 yr olds2 Adults2 2-5 yr olds1 <5% 5-9.9% 10-14.9% 15-19.9% 20-24.9% 25-29.9% ≥30% NS ¹ Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System (PedNSS), CDC and ODH, 2006 2 Ohio Family Health Survey (OFHS), ODJFS/ODH/ODI/ODMH, 2008

  7. Health Effects of Childhood Overweight and Obesity

  8. Physical Health Effects • Higher risk of chronic disease • Heart disease • Type 2 diabetes • Bone and joint pain • Increased risk of adult obesity

  9. Emotional Health Effects Low self-esteem Depression Rejection by other children and adults Bullying (being bullied or as the bully)

  10. Why Do You Think Obesity Has Become an Epidemic?

  11. 4 Steps to Ohio Healthy Programs Attend SUTQ-approved trainings Implement a healthy practice policy Increase the nutritional content of menus Include parent participation

  12. 4 Steps to Ohio Healthy Programs Step 1 Attend the SUTQ-Approved Trainings

  13. Attend the SUTQ-Approved Trainings • Session 1: Healthy Habits • Healthy activity • Healthy eating and feeding • Healthy growing • Healthy families • Session 2: Healthy Menus • Session 3: Healthy Policies

  14. 4 Steps to Ohio Healthy Programs Step 2 Implement a Healthy Practice Policy

  15. 4 Steps to Ohio Healthy Programs Step 3 Increase the Nutritional Content of Menus

  16. An Ohio Healthy Programs Menu • Includes variety every day of the week. • Vegetables • Whole Fruit • Whole Grain Food • Offers fried foods no more than twice a week. • Includes foods that are pre-fried, frozen and reheated in the oven such as french fries, tater tots, chicken nuggets, etc. • Offers only lower fat milk (2%, 1% or skim) to all children ages 2 and up. (adapted from Healthier US School Challenge 2010)

  17. Snack Only Menus • Offers whole fruits or vegetables instead of juice. • Includes a whole grain food at least 3 days of the week. • Offers water or age-appropriate milk. • Offers only lower fat milk (2%, 1% or skim) to all children ages 2 and up. (adapted from Healthier US School Challenge 2010)

  18. 4 Steps to Ohio Healthy Programs Step 4 Include Parent Participation

  19. How Can My Program Participate? Attend training, go to www.OPDN.org and click on PD Track (Trainings) Complete the four steps to becoming an Ohio Healthy Program Apply for Healthy Program Status

  20. How Can We Apply? • All child care programs can apply for the status after meeting all four steps • Attend SUTQ-approved trainings • Implement a healthy practice policy • Increase the nutritional content of menus • Include parent participation

  21. How Can We Apply? Center directors and administrators can apply directly through their profile on the Professional Development Registry Be sure first to apply for access to the Director Information Portal

  22. How Can We Apply?

  23. How Can We Apply?

  24. How Can We Apply? Once you have access, choose the Ohio Healthy Program Application from the drop-down menu The application will walk you through applying for each step

  25. For More Information • Ohio Healthy Programs at OCCRRA877-547-6978  x311 • Director Information Portal at OCCRRA877-547-6978  x319 • www.OPDN.org

  26. Upon Receipt of Your Application You will be notified within 30 days of your status Upon achievement of Ohio Healthy Program recognition, you will receive your framed certificate, program Fit Kit and parent brochures Ohio Healthy Program status remains active for one year and is renewable

  27. Thank You healthyprograms@occrra.org