Family Caregiver Marketing Toolkit
Reaching out to the community to find and support caregivers is an important part of a Caregiver Coordinator’s job. We created this toolkit to help make this part of your job easier.
Newsletter articles should be personalized with your contact information and can be revised to be more relevant to your county and the services you offer. You are encouraged to submit articles to your agency newsletter as well as those of partnering agencies and local newspapers.
Quick Bites: Updates From the Nutrition Team
Quick Bites Issue 7: Menu Development and Enhancement Tools 5/15/15 | Nutrition Strategic Calorie Design | Romancing Your Menu Wording Suggestions | Seasonal Produce Guide
Quick Bites Issue 6: Sequestration and Its Impact on OAA Nutrition Programs 5/5/15
Quick Bites Issue 5: Regional Summer Nutrition Director Meetings 4/10/15
Quick Bites Issue 4: More Than a Meal Research 3/12/15
Quick Bites Issue 3: Gardening 3/4/15
Quick Bites Issue 2: Health Literacy 2/20/15
Quick Bites Issue 1: Introduction 2/6/15
We hope these educational sheets help educate and create some discussion and excitement around various types of fats. We have included recipes on some of the handouts. It would be great if participants discuss and want to share some recipes they have tried and tips for using the various oils.
Canola Oil Fat Fact Sheet
Canola Oil Baking Substitution Chart
Coconut Oil Fat Fact Sheet
Compilation of All Fats Sheet
Comparison of Dietary Fats at a Glance
Grapeseed Oil Fat Fact Sheet
Olive Oil Fat Fact Sheet
Peanut Oil Fat Fact Sheet
Sesame Oil Fat Fact Sheet
Walnut Oil Fat Fact Sheet
Gardening Webinar March 19, 2015
Community Gardening Manual From the Atlanta Regional Commission
Community Gardening Toolkit From University of Missouri Extension
Got Dirt? Toolkit
From the WI Department of Health Services. In an effort to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in Wisconsin, the Department of Health Services' Nutrition and Physical Activity Program developed Got Dirt?, a program designed to assist with the implementation of school, community, and child care gardens.
Nutrition Assessment Highlight Pages
We started something new to showcase the highlights we observed as we conduct the 2013-2015 on-site nutrition assessments. We thought this would be a great way for you and your nutrition advisory council, staff, and volunteers to review what other programs are doing around the state. We are hoping these spark some ideas and help you make connections with programs who are doing things you have thought about or look like they may work for you locally. We hope these highlights will help you continue to improve your programs. Peers helping peers! (More will be posted as completed.)