General Adult
Older Adult

Fostering Nourished Families

Leah's Pantry

Beverage
Breakfast
Budget
Cooking
Child feeding practices
Fast food
Fruits and/or vegetables
Healthy food choices
Food label
Fitness
Meals, mealtime
MyPlate
Physical Activity (PA)
Protein
Quick healthy meals
Recipes
Shopping
Snacks
Sugar sweetened (SSBS)
Whole grains
Food resource management
Menu planning
Unit prices
Weight
Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Stress
Trauma
Sleep
Gut health
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Fostering Nourished Families is a training curriculum focused on supporting kinship/foster/resource parents to nourish foster children. Materials and lesson plans are appropriate for adult caregivers of foster children. Instructor Guides offered in English, participant materials available. Evaluation tools available and facilitator training required.

Source:
Leah's Pantry

Link:
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Number of Lessons

3 lessons

Length of Lesson

180 minutes

Delivery Method
Single,Series
Languages
English
Evidence Based Category
Emerging

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