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Extractions: Nutrition educators meet participants in homes, schools, and at agencies. Children learn all this and more: Adults learn all this and more: Learning leads to better health and fitness! The Family Nutrition Education Programs (FNEP) are an important part of University of Missouri Extension- bringing the latest nutrition information to low-income Missourians. Family Nutrition Education Programs, University of Missouri
Extractions: The Family Nutrition Education Programs (FNEP) are an important part of University Outreach and Extension- bringing the latest nutrition information to low-income Missourians. FNEP helps clients achieve life long health and fitness. Paraprofessional nutrition educators work with clients individually and in groups- in their homes, in schools, and at agencies. Clients gain skills that pave the way for nutritional well-being and health. Programs include EFNEP, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program and FNP, the Family Nutrition Program. Programs Tailored to Meet Your Clients' Needs
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Extractions: Three certified teachers These early childhood education programs provide preliteracy educational opportunities, safe playground equipment, nutritional meals and snacks for children of low-income-qualifying and Family Literacy families. Licensed by the Missouri Department of Health. Sponsored by Kornerstone, Even Start, OACAC and generous donations of time and money from local organizations, businesses and residents of Shell Knob and surrounding towns. Adult Education GED training and testing:
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Extractions: Special Interest Web Links www.ruralhome.org The Housing Assistance Council (HAC) is a national nonprofit corporation created to increase the availability of decent and affordable housing for low-income people in rural areas throughout the United States. www.mhdc.org MHDC is the state's housing finance agency. The Commission is dedicated to strengthening communities and the lives of Missourians through the financing, development and preservation of affordable housing. www.masw.org The Missouri Association for Social Welfare www.mfhc.org
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Extractions: Kids learn about nutrition and how the body works through Extension's interactive Food Power exhibit. Get a PDF of this flyer Human Environmental Sciences touches the heart of humanity; to develop and nurture human potential and to apply knowledge for the betterment of all. Extending from deep land-grant roots, the College of Human Environmental Sciences is unique in Missouri because we offer a complete array of teaching, research, and Extension program in the human sciences. Human Environmental Sciences has a national reputation for strong, relevant programs that address the human infrastructure. Central to our mission is a focus on identifying and understanding the problems associated with an increasingly complex and diverse society.
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Extractions: The development of a local curriculum that helps students acquire critical thinking skills to solve everyday, practical problems is one of the most important processes in family and consumer sciences education program development. The curriculum is the basis for all program activities and operations. Listed on this page are up-to-date resources and links to other resources that will assist Missouri family and consumer sciences educators in developing a local curriculum. For more information related to Missouri family and consumer sciences education curriculum, contact Debbie Pohl Discovering Family and Consumer Sciences Student Competency List Career and Family Leadership Lesson Plans Curriculum Resource Guides and Other Curriculum Development Resources Implementation Handbook for FCS Competency Profile Cards Curriculum Resource Guides and Other Development Resources These guides and resources are available for purchase from the Instructional Materials Laboratory at the University of Missouri-Columbia. An on-line catalog and information can be found at: http://www.iml.coe.missouri.edu/
Missouri Foundation For Health Health Summit program for tweens and their families focusing on practical nutrition, physical activity, Breakout 8 Innovative health Education programs for Kids http://www.mffh.org/health_summit_agenda.html
Extractions: This session will focus on nutrition, physical activity, behavior and health goal settings for families. Tools and resources to evaluate the family home environment will be provided. Highlighted programs will include the "High 5 for Kids Project" and "Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids".