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VENA Value Enhanced Nutrition Assessment Vitamin C Rich Foods Problem No Vitamin C intake Reason for the Problem Lack of knowledge of Vitamin C rich foods Treatment Provide information on Vitamin C rich foods Problem No Vitamin C intake Reason for the Problem Lack of

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VENA

Value Enhanced Nutrition Assessment

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Problem

No Vitamin C intake

Reason for the Problem

Lack of knowledge of Vitamin C rich foods

Treatment

Provide information on Vitamin C rich foods

problem no vitamin c intake
ProblemNo Vitamin C intake

Reason for the Problem

Lack of

knowledge of Vitamin C rich foods

Treatment

Provide information on Vitamin C rich foods

standardized care
Standardized Care

The same message to the entire group

individualized care
Individualized Care
  • Provide an appropriate and personalized nutrition intervention
    • Nutrition education
    • Food package tailoring
    • Referrals
the vena process
The VENA Process
  • Collect the relevant information
  • Clarify and synthesize the information
  • Identify pertinent and appropriate risks
  • Document the assessment
  • Follow up on previous assessments
clarify and synthesize the information that has been collected
Clarify and synthesize the information that has been collected

Using critical thinking skills

summary of risk criteria changes
Summary of Risk Criteria Changes
  • Changes only affect Dietary Risks
    • Anthropometric, Biochemical, Health/Medical, and Other Risk Criteria remain unchanged
  • Only 5 Dietary Risk Criteria
    • Implementation – Oct. 1, 2007
new dietary risk codes
New Dietary Risk Codes
  • 2 codes that deal with “presumed” dietary risk (Replaces RC 422)
  • 3 risk codes that “umbrella” inappropriate nutrition practices
    • Infants
    • Children
    • Women
wic s new approach to dietary assessment
WIC’s New Approach to Dietary Assessment
  • Qualitative versus Quantitative
    • No 24-hour diet recalls or food frequency questionnaires
    • No documentation of number of servings, ounces, cups
    • No diet scoring 
wic staff will ask participants about
WIC Staff Will Ask Participants About
  • Appetite
  • Favorite foods
  • Cultural Preferences
consider what influences food choices and eating practices behaviors
Consider WHAT Influences Food Choices and Eating Practices/Behaviors
  • Knowledge/education
  • Beliefs (religious or cultural)
  • Family and environmental issues
    • Support networks
    • Food security
  • “Lifestyle” practices
    • Alcohol and tobacco use
    • Lack of routine physical activity
the vena diet assessment tool
Current Assessment

24-hour diet recall

Quantitative

Score diet

Document amounts

Closed-ended, food habit questions

New Assessment

24-hour diet recall

Qualitative

Attitudes, beliefs

Behaviors

“Springboard” the Conversation

The VENA Diet Assessment Tool
new diet vena focus
Using Critical Thinking

Establishing Rapport

Providing Correct Counseling Information

Starting the Conversation

New Diet VENA Focus
document the assessment
Document the Assessment
  • Documents what was discussed
  • Allows for continuity of care
  • Provides a starting point for subsequent appointments
follow up on previous assessments
Follow up on Previous Assessments
  • Were goals met?
  • What barriers were encountered?
  • Provides continuity of care
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The VENA Process
  • Collect the relevant information
  • Clarify and synthesize the information
  • Identify pertinent and appropriate risks
  • Document the assessment
  • Follow up on previous assessments
summary of wic nutrition assessment pre and post vena
Summary of WIC Nutrition Assessment Pre- and Post-VENA

Positive approach based on desired health goals rather than deficiencies

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New Diet Assessment Will Support

Health-Outcome Based Counseling

Deficiencies

Desired Health Outcomes

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Child 12-60 Months

Achieves optimal growth and development in a nurturing environment and begins to acquire dietary and lifestyle habits associated with a lifetime of good health

Desired Health Outcomes

health determinants for children
Health Determinants for Children
  • Receives ongoing preventive health care including screenings and immunizations
  • Achieves a normal growth pattern
  • Remains free from nutrition-related or food-related illness, complications, or injury
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Health Determinants for Children
  • Consumes a variety of foods to meet energy and nutrient requirements
  • Achieves developmental milestones including self-feeding
staff benefits from health outcome nutrition assessment
Staff Benefits from Health Outcome Nutrition Assessment
  • Emphasizestrengths and healthy practices
  • Highlight accomplishments
  • Reinforce increasing competence of the caregiver
participant benefits from health outcome nutrition assessment
Participant Benefits from Health Outcome Nutrition Assessment
  • Greater understanding of the nutrition assessment
  • Recognize role in achieving the desired health outcome
  • Empower to decide how (or whether) to alter current behaviors