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Healthier babies and preschoolers through child care services

 

Overview

The program focused on nutritional health by supporting child care centres to provide healthy food.

In partnership with the SA Child Care Nutrition Partnership, the program has provided a menu planning tool which many centres now use. The Food Matters newsletter also provided regular nutrition information, and a pamphlet on healthy eating for families. The Walk and talk resource (developed in partnership with Noarlunga Health Services) promotes physical activity and language development for this age group.

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Contacts

Child's Health Development Foundation
35D New Canterbury Road
Petersham NSW 2049
Ph: (02) 9572 7422
Email: mike@chdf.org.au

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Last updated: 28 January 2015
 
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