Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Healthy Habits – Child Version Administered Spring 2010 Lara Watkins Indiana University/Providence Full Service Community Schools January 19, 2011.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Healthy Habits – Child Version Administered Spring 2010 Lara Watkins Indiana University/Providence Full Service Community Schools January 19, 2011."— Presentation transcript:

1 Healthy Habits – Child Version Administered Spring 2010 Lara Watkins Indiana University/Providence Full Service Community Schools January 19, 2011

2 Increase student, family, and community member access to educational, social, and health services Increase participant literacy Increase school attendance Increase participant health and well being Improve school climate FSCS has 5 objectives Identified on Federal grant

3 Healthy Habits Background Administration: Previously At end of school year to OST students at: Bailey, Fortes/Lima, and Woods/Young Moving forward At enrollment Again after 30 days of participation in OST Purpose: to assess students self-reported healthy habits Structure: Similar to Healthy Habits – Parent version 24 questions focusing on physical activity and eating habits

4 Prov YMCA Healthy Habits Survey For Children SAMPLE QUESTIONS Do you participate in regular physical activity (30 minutes or more on most days of the week) Yes I Dont Know No How often do your parents or other adults participate in physical activity with you? Every Day Most Days (3+) Some days (1-2) Very little (<1) How many servings of fruits or vegetables do you eat each day?

5 Spring 2010 Responses Site# Responding Overall Sample173 Bailey112 Fortes/Lima33 Woods/Young28

6 Demographics

7 Age distribution of sample (n=173)

8 Grade distribution of sample (n=173) 1 5 K

9 Demographic description, entire sample and by school Overall (N=173) Bailey (N=112) Lima/Fortes (N=33) Woods/Young (N=28) Age, mean * Male 50%55%39%46% # of moves in past yr No TV in BR21%19% 32% *ANOVA p<.05

10 Physical Activity

11 Participation in Regular Physical Activity at School School Very Little Some Days Most Days Everyday Bailey (n=110) 7%32%26%35% Lima/Fortes (n=33) 3%42%6%49% Woods/Young (n=27) 15%19%11%56% Overall (n=171) 7%32%19%41%

12 Participation in Regular Physical Activity in Neighborhood School Very Little Some Days Most Days Everyday Bailey (n=110) 27%17%18%38% Lima/Fortes (n=33) 3%27%13%57% Woods/Young (n=27) 44%20%12%24% Overall (n=171) 25%20%17%39%

13 Physical Activity 42% DO NOT participate in physical activity w/ parents or other adults More than half the sample reported that they DO NOT use appropriate safety equipment during physical activity

14 # of Hrs of TV Watched/Video Games Played, Wkdays # of Hours of TV Watched/Video Games Played Bailey (n=103) 5%22%20%17%32% Lima/Fortes (n=33) 3%18%24%15%39% Woods/Young (n=27) 11% 19%30% Overall (n=163) 6%22%21%18%33%

15 Calculation of Physical Activity Score QuestionScore Q1.) Do you participate in regular physical activity (30 min+ most days of wk)? 2 - Yes 0 - Dont know 0 - No Q2-3.) How often do you participate in physical activities in school? In your neighborhood? 2 - Everyday 2 - Most days 1 - Some days 0 - Very little Q4-5.) How many hours a day do you watch TV/movies or sit and play video/computer games during the week? Weekend? 2- Less than More than 7 Child Physical Activity ScoreSum (0-10)

16 Mean Physical Activity Score, (Range 0-10) School Overall (n=149) Bailey (n= 98) Lima/Fortes (n=29) Woods/Young (n=22) Mean Standard Deviation

17 Eating Habits

18 Average # of Fruits and Vegetables Eaten Each Day Number of Servings Bailey (n=84) 2%17%22%17%9%10%25% Lima/Fortes (n=29) 3%18% 12%30%6%12% Woods/Young (n=25) 8%35%15%23%12%4% Overall (n=138) 3%19%20%17%12%9%21%

19 # Times a Wk Students Reported Eating Dinner Together as a Family Number of times each week None Bailey (n=103) 10%21%14%17%39% Lima/Fortes (n=32) 16%45%10%0%29% Woods/Young (n=25) 28%20%0%12%40% Overall (n=160) 14%26%11%13%37%

20 # Times Per Wk Student Eats Breakfast Number of times each week None Bailey (n=103) 6%15%7%14%58% Lima/Fortes (n=32) 7%30%10%7%47% Woods/Young (n=25) 8%19%8%23%42% Overall (n=160) 6%19%8%14%53%

21 # Time Student Eats Fast food Per Wk Number of times each week None Bailey (n=103) 16%44%12%14%15% Lima/Fortes (n=32) 6%49%30%6%9% Woods/Young (n=25) 26%41%22%0%11% Overall (n=160) 15%44%17%10%13%

22 Calculation of Healthy Eating Score QuestionScore Q1.) How many servings of fruits or vegetables do you eat each day? 0: 0, 1, or 2 servings 1: 3 or 4 servings 2: 5 or 6+ servings Q2-3.) How many times a wk do you… eat dinner at the table together with your family? Eat breakfast? 0: None or 1-2 1: 3-4 2: 5-6 or 7 Q4.) How many times a week do you eat takeout or fast food? 2: None 1: 1-2 0: 3-4, 5-6 or 7 Child Healthy Eating ScoreSum (0-8)

23 Mean Healthy Eating Score (Range 0-8) School Overall Sample (n=124) Bailey (n=97) Lima/Fortes (n=29) Woods/Young (n=24) Mean Score Standard Deviation

24 Take Aways and Next Steps

25 Identified Areas for Student Improvement… The high percentage of OST participants who: watch seven or more hours of TV, do not eat many fruits and vegetables, have few family meals, and do not eat breakfast are areas for potential programming focus.

26 Next Administration For the federal grant, PFSCS proposed the following: Within one year of beginning services, 90% of children participating in after-school will increase their knowledge and improve their attitudes around healthy eating habits as measured by the Healthy Habits Survey.

27 To Consider… Survey Process 1. Similar to the parent version, do changes need to be made to the survey and if so, what is the plan for moving forward? 2. Keep track of number of surveys administered and administration process

28 To Consider… Is there anything else that you would like analyzed from this data set? Can we link parent and child surveys? Are there other indicators of health and/or healthy habits that we would like to explore to move beyond self-reports? To what extent do the HH-scores correlate with other indicators of health and well-being?


Download ppt "Healthy Habits – Child Version Administered Spring 2010 Lara Watkins Indiana University/Providence Full Service Community Schools January 19, 2011."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google