Objective 2.1

By 12/31/2019, 50% of participants in QRIS who accept subsidy have increased support of Healthy Eating and Active living as measured by completion of the NAP SACC program (post assessment).

For additional information or to join the work group contact:
Douglas County Health Department
Kenya Love
Community Health Planner
402-996-3144
Kenya.love@douglascounty-ne.gov



Key Actions 

Status of Key Actions
Completed In progress Not Started 


Formalize planning coalition to address objective (UNO, CHI-Step up to quality, ELC-Buffett, UNL-Extension, LWOK)

Work with QRIS to develop/id a measures and what is defined as policy & informal/formal (provide model). Identify the N of the population.

Inventory related training opportunities & agencies that offer training related to 1-5 of the NAP SACC Assessments. Identify funding to provide additional training and to recruit partners and fulfill gaps in training.

Seek PRC baseline data around children 0-5 to be able to measure benefits of this objective to childhood obesity in the future.

Implement NAP SACC training(s) to increase active living and healthy eating in Early Childhood Care Settings


Lessons Learned

The workgroup revised the objective based on the available measure. The newly revised objective reads as follow:

50% of participants in QRIS who accept subsidy will have increased support of Healthy Eating and Active living as measured by completion of the NAP SACC program (post assessment).
Successess

Quarter 1:
Defined target population- focus on low income(subsidy).

Confirmed measurement and the N of the population is 47 programs that receive subsidy. In addition the group will work to increase new enrolled programs in NAP SACC and report out on a quarterly basis

CHI provided funding to UNL Extension to hire part-time trainer.