Presentation on theme: "Ohio SNAP-Ed Business Meeting FY2015. Mute your microphones, if you have one. The sound will be coming through the computer. Ask questions via the chat."— Presentation transcript:
Mute your microphones, if you have one. The sound will be coming through the computer. Ask questions via the chat box or verbally when prompted (if you have a microphone set up). Carmen Connect Protocol Use icons to communicate the following: if you have a question if we need us to speak louder or speak softer
Important reminders to end FY14 Expenses such as travel, food and county expense transfers should be submitted no later than October 10. Please refrain from using your Amex from September 26 th to September 30 th. All FY14 data needs to be submitted by October 3 rd by noon.
Social Marketing Campaign Cooking Matters O-NOPREN Voices for Food SNAP-Ed’s New Projects in FY15
Develop a Social Marketing Campaign in collaboration with EFNEP, ODE, ODH, ODA, DJFS Reinforcing messages taught by direct education Purpose is to complement direct education and enhance changes in behavior related to healthy eating and physical activity Social Marketing
Ohio SNAP-Ed Cooking Matters Cooking Matters coordinator will be hired Six to eight counties will be chosen to implement CM during FY15 Trainings will be implemented by Cooking Matters at Local Matters Counties selected will implement 2 6-lesson series Based on results of FY15, we will assess expansion of CM for next year
O-NOPREN: Ohio Nutrition and Obesity Policy Research and Evaluation Network In collaboration with the Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods at Case Western University and the ODH Its purpose is to assess and improve readiness to implement nutrition related evidence based policy and environmental interventions for obesity prevention Four urban and 5 rural Ohioan counties will be selected based on county health rankings (worst); adult obesity rates (27-33%) and SNAP participation (13% - 27%) O-NOPREN
Voices for Food This is a USDA, AFRI funded project Its objective is to address food security in isolated, rural communities known as “food deserts” SNAP-Ed will provide nutrition education programming with food pantry clients
Great Job! You have increased the number of series to 90% of all SNAP-Ed direct education programming You have planned about 15% of programming with seniors vs 40% in previous years
Task Bank How are they going to be displayed in website? Vegetables & Fruits 1 st V&F task2 nd V&F task3 rd V&F task 4 th V&F task5 th V&F task6 th V&F task 7 th V&F task8 th V&F task9 th V&F task 10 th V&F task11 th V&F task12 th V&F task
Task Bank: Example 1 3-lesson series. (Each topic area will have up to 12 tasks in the Task Bank that you can choose from for your lessons) Lesson 1: Task 1 – MyPlate Task 2 – Dairy Lesson 2: Task 1 – Vegetables & Fruits Task 2 – Protein Foods Lesson 3:Task 1 – Whole Grains Task 2 – Food Shopping
Task Bank: Example 2 4-lesson series with a focus on the Dairy topic area. Lesson 1: Task 1 – MyPlate Task 2 – Dairy Lesson 2: Task 1 – Vegetables & Fruits Task 2 – Protein Foods Lesson 3:Task 1 – Whole Grains Task 2 – Food Shopping Lesson 4:Task 1 – Dairy Task 2 – Dairy
What will DJFS and FNS be looking for when they do the MEs?
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Regional Meetings for FY15 Winter Regional TrainingsSummer Regional Trainings RegionDatesAlternative datesRegionDates North East3/9/153/17/15North EastHold all Mondays in August (3 rd, 10 th, 17 th, 24 th, & 31 st ) South Central 3/18/153/30/15South Central West3/12/153/30/15West
FY15 Reporting Snap-Ed Program Evaluation Reporting Program Data Website updates – FY’15 tools and resources Reporting link & success stories Camtasia tutorials for four types of programs http://fcs.osu.edu/resources
FY15 Webinar and Meeting Attendance 1.Collect all the information about the workshop or webinar you wish to attend (agenda, time, date) 2.Communicate to your Regional Program Specialist and/or FCS Educator 1.Agenda 2.Cost 3.Meeting time 4.Location 5.How attending this webinar or workshop would assist you in your position, how would you use the information 3.Together with the FCS Educator and/or RPS determine if your schedule will allow you to attend the event. This will be decided on a case by case basis 4.Guidelines: 1 – 1 hour a month webinar or 1 workshop a year
Contact information for SNAP-Ed Regional Specialists Cheryl Barber Spires, R.D., L.D. Program Specialist, SNAP-Ed OSU Extension, West Region 1050 Carmack Road Room 204, Mount Hall Columbus, OH 43210-1002 Cell Phone: 419-438-3016 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@osu.edu Carol Chandler Program Specialist, SNAP-Ed OSU Extension, South Central Region 16714 Wolf Run Road Caldwell, OH 43724-9414 Cell Phone: 740-475-9304 Email: email@example.com@osu.edu Liz Smith, R.D., L.D. Program Specialist, SNAP-Ed OSU Extension, North East Region OARDC, Administration Bldg. 1680 Madison Ave Wooster, OH 44691-4096 Cell Phone: 419-310-1725 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@osu.edu
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