Program to provide information about eating well
Woy Woy Public School will host a Go4Fun program for aboriginal children this term.
Go4Fun is a free program for NSW children aged seven to 13 who are above a healthy weight and for their families.
Run by trained health and community professionals, the program aims to build self esteem and to provide information about eating well, staying active and living a healthy life.
Starting February 4, the 10-week program is being run in partnership between Yerin Eleanor Duncan Aboriginal Health Services and Central Coast Local Health District.
It will feature: practical, interactive healthy eating sessions; group activities and games for kids; and, sessions for parents and carers to share ideas.
Website, 14 Jan 2020
Belinda Field, Yerin Eleanor Duncan Aboriginal Health Centre
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