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Jan Rothwell Healthy Lifestyle Project Manager Reading Citizens Advice Bureau
Funding from Department of Health 3 Years, Section 64 Addressing health inequalities Behaviour change through coaching Volunteer coaches CAB ‘flavour’
Coaching approach –Articulate goal –Signpost to information –Develop realistic action plan –Support and motivate –Embed new behaviour
Partnership working Target groups are Bureau clients Holistic approach - control over circumstances Cost Strengths
Other agencies including: –Age Concern –Sure Start –Children’s Centres –Reading Single Homeless Project –Reading Community Learning Centre (was WEA)
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Life Transformation center. CDC report more than one-third of U.S. adults (35.7%) and approximately 17% (or 12.5 million ) of children and adolescents.
“Linking good health, behaviour and achievement through a whole school approach”. Choctra Meeting 16 th -19 th Sept `10 Healthy Schools, Healthy Children?
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Live Well Suffolk Dan Ford Senior Community Health Coach Ipswich + Felixstowe.
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