Building a Healthy Start Module One

 

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Welcome to Building a Healthy Start Module One: Feeding Infants and Toddlers in Early Childhood Settings. This module consists of two training sessions:

Part 1: Feeding Infants in Early Childhood Settings
Part 2: Feeding Toddlers in Early Childhood Settings

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe best practice for feeding infants, including promoting breastfeeding
  • Describe developmentally appropriate ways to introduce solid foods and other fluids
  • Identify nutritious foods and appropriate servings for toddlers

 

Terminology

  • Parent - a parent, guardian, or other family member who cares for the child
  • Caregiver - an adult who provides out-of-home care for children (e.g., childcare)
  • Regular doctor - a pediatrician, nurse practitioner, or other professional who provides medical and other health care services on a continual basis (medical home)

 

Non-ADPH employees logging in for the first time need to create an account. Use the link below for further instructions.
Detailed Instructions: How to Log In to LCMS and Create an AccountYou will need Adobe Reader to view this file.
If you have any questions or need assistance, call (334) 206-5618.

All ADPH employees have a username and password. To retrieve this information, click the link on the login screen for ADPH employees.

Before you begin this course, please print or bookmark this page in your browser. If you get lost during the course, you can return to this page

 


Register for this Program Register for Part 1: Feeding Infants in Early Childhood Settings
Each person must complete the registration process.

 

 

Register for this Program Register for Part 2: Feeding Toddlers in Early Childhood Settings
Each person must complete the registration process.


Questions
If you have questions about the content of this module, email the Building a Healthy Start Project Director.


Contact for Technical Assistance
Call 334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN.

 

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Page last updated: April 8, 2017