Sheryl Barnardo at CLIMB shared a tip about ensuring healthy foods at mealtime for people supported. It happens to be THE MOST IMPORTANT TIP of all. We applaud CLIMB and recognize them as a leader and innovator.
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We share stories told by human services professionals about their My25 experiences and outcomes. This way . . . you learn from others who understand that shared responsibility and accountability are the ticket when it comes to preventive health and reducing key expenses in households and for whole organizations. You can see all stories within the Wellness Leadership section of Library.
Staying the course, a dose of patience, and awesome staff and a person served led to eating the right foods in the right amounts. Which led to needed weight loss, which led to increased physical activity. Yowza, Arc Herkimer!
This story will inspire you. Blue Water Development Housing (BWDH) committed to improving the lives of people supported and, despite some bumps and bruises along the way, they stuck with it and consumers are getting healthy.
While there are a few factors that contribute to staying within food budget, Dungarvin CT points to one very simple way to get it done. Without fail.
Your personal bandwagon fosters shared responsibility and accountability. This way, eating better sticks.
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