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USING ENACT RESOURCES STRATEGIES REPORTS

Childcare Food & Activity Environments:
Early education and childcare settings provide a foundation for shaping future lifestyle behaviors.

 

Childcare

School Food & Activity Environments: Schools have immense potential in affecting children’s health throughout their lifetime by serving as a model environment for promoting and supporting healthy eating and activity behaviors.

 

School

After-School Food & Activity Environments: After-school activities are opportunities for children to develop positive lifestyle behaviors and to foster healthy eating and activity patterns.

 

afterchool

Community Food & Activity Environments: The design and resources available in local neighborhoods greatly influence our daily eating and activity patterns.

community

Workplace Food & Activity Environments: Workplace environments, where many adults spend a significant portion of their time, introduce and reinforce positive eating and activity behaviors to employees and visitors alike.

 

work

Health Care Food & Activity Environments: Through its clinical practices, facilities management, and advocacy efforts, healthcare has the opportunity to influence solutions to poor nutrition- and inactivity-related chronic diseases.

 

Health Care

Government Food & Activity Environments: Government plays a key role in influencing eating and activity behaviors through its own facilities, policy development, regulation, and funding practices, and can set the standard for other industries and organizations to follow.

 

Government

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