Children in foster care often have very serious issues around food. In this training program, Dr. Rick Dekaney helps parents identify and understand eating disorders, and offers some creative yet very practical solutions.
Surviving Away From Home This resource includes 365 pages of hints on: nutrition; grocery shopping; laundry; clothing (with a stain removal guide); first aid; and recipes for quick, easy meals; --plus lots more! A must for every youth planning to live on his or her own.
This resource teaches how to develop good grooming habits, take care of ones body, and practice good nutrition (based on the Food Pyramid). 54-page Student Book
Teach youths how cooking nutritious meals successfully with these 20 easy to follow illustrated recipes.
Show youths how to choose healthier diets for themselves and increase their knowledge of nutrition.
This cooking resource provides a mix of ethnic recipes and light adaptations of familiar favorites. Uses recipes that are low in fat, cholesterol, salt, and sugar using shopping lists, suggested division of responsibilities for team-work, and helpful hints.
38 versatile worksheets provide plenty of practice in basic math operations and real-life applications. Activities include planning a party, counting calories, purchasing food, reading labels, measuring ingredients, and estimating cooking time.
Youths learn how to make healthful, economical meals (breakfasts, snacks, bag lunches, and dinners) on their own.