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Healthy Eating in Childcare
2019 | Action for Children
Action for children offers professional development, training, and technical assistance for childcare centers and home providers and has community resources for childcare and early learning services.
2010 | Connecticut State Department of Education
This guide shares best practices for creating a healthy childcare environment by detailing how to create local policy, nutrition standards, food safety, nutrition education, policy change messaging and evaluation. Throughout the guide there are rationales for many types of policy change that can be used to help message and support your PSE project.
Alliance for Early Childhood Finance
Recognizing the importance of early childcare and education and that many families are unable to afford quality care, this alliance was created to comprehensively explore best ways to finance early care and education. Their website includes a wealth of information regarding the best ways to finance early childhood education including cost-modeling tools, QRIS, and policy.
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers a suite of web-based tools, including the Health Informatics Infrastructure (ANDHII) platform and the ANDHII Surveys mobile app. The ANDHII Surveys app helps to collect community assessment and program monitoring and evaluation data and syncs data collected on mobile devices with the ANDHII web application. A data file may be exported for analysis and reporting purposes. For more information, write to ANDHII@eatright.org.
2018 | Community Tool Box
This toolkit supports the work of preparing a successful grant proposal. It includes a systematic overview of the grant writing process, a solid sample proposal that can be adapted to meet specific grant opportunities, and additional tools.
2011 | Office of Adolescent Health
This tip sheet from the CDC offers advice for how best to engage community members in youth programming.