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Week ending issue: October 17, 2014 Ȃ Issue # 229PolicyFrom the WIC Services Policy and Procedure Manual 330.50Breastfeeding Duration ReportDescriptionThis report provides breastfeeding initiation data and duration data through24 months of age.Data updatedMonthlyParametersLocal Agency, YearRecords reported All Active infants and children less than 24 months of ageReport columnsReport columns include: Local Agency / Clinic Year Initiation (Duration of) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 18 and 24 (months)Note: The years in the report detail indicate birth year. The report displays datacompiled for the selected year and the previous four years for a total of five years.Data sort orderLocal Agency, ClinicTotals availablePercentage for each column, Raw data from which the percentage was derived, (#Breastfeeding children / # Total children), State totalsTips The first year of data available in this report is for children born in 2005.Use this report to monitor trends in breastfeeding initiation and duration.The data for the last three years is updated monthly. A birth year’s data will notbe complete until all children born that year are 2 years of age.If an infant or child has been terminated from WIC, they will no longer becounted in either the breastfeeding duration or total children counts past the agethe infant or child was on the date they terminated WIC services.If a child who was ever breastfed moves to another local agency after theirsecond birthday, that child’s breastfeeding data is reported for the clinic wherethe child was Active up to their second birthday.If a child who was ever breastfed moves to another clinic before their secondbirthday, that child’s breastfeeding data will be reported for the clinic wherethey were Active when they reached 24 months of age.

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Communication & Rapport Building Skills WorkshopOctober 29, 2014A quality WIC nutrition assessment contains elements of both art and science to collect, evaluate andinterpret the information provided by participants. Effective communication and rapport building skillsfoster a sense of trust and help build a relationship between participants and WIC staff. Whenparticipant-centered assessment and education techniques are used to encourage dialogue and feedback,quality information is collected for the assessment that contributes to individualized services addressingspecific needs and interests. This interactive workshop for WIC nurses and dietitians will strengthencommunication and rapport building :001:001:301:452:003:30RegistrationSetting the Stage for Quality Nutrition Services- NikkiUsing Stages of Change in Nutrition Assessment-KimberlyStretch BreakOARS and 3-Step Counseling- HollyMotivational Interviewing-NikkiEmotion-Based Counseling-KimberlyRolling with Resistance and Jumping over Barriers- KimberlyLunchPutting it All Together with PCE-HollyVideosPutting Everything to Work-Introduction-KimberlyActivities (Break Included)CEU’s and AdjournSpeakersNikki Davenport RD, LD, Nutrition Services Coordinator, IDPHKimberly Stanek, RD, LD, Community Health Consultant, IDPHHolly Szcodronski, RD,LD, Breastfeeding Services Coordinator, IDPHThis workshop is sponsored by the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), WIC Program.

Objectives Define rapport building and describe its use in nutrition assessment.Describe how to use the various approaches in nutrition assessment and education.Identify a participant’s stage of change and suggest appropriate counseling strategies.Identify barriers to communication and develop strategies to overcome them.Demonstrate non-verbal communication techniques that result in positive communication.Suggest at least one way to use the assessment ruler in nutrition assessment and counseling.LocationThe workshop will be held at the Ankeny campus of the Des Moines Area Community College. Theworkshops will be in Building 24- rooms 201 and 203. Parking is available at no charge. A map of thecampus and directions to the campus are attached to this agenda.RegistrationThe registration fee for each workshop is 40.00. This fee covers lunch, breaks and print materials. Youmay register by: Mail using the enclosed registration form or Telephone by calling (515) 964-6800 or 1-800-342-0033 or Register online /search.do?navigator courseCategories(just type communication in the search box to find our workshop)Space is limited to 45 participants. Pre-registration is required by October 22.This event would only be cancelled due to natural or political catastrophes with notice providedto all registrants via phone and email.Continuing Education 0.62 CEUs have been approved for nurses through Nursing Provider Number 22. Certificates of attendance will be provided to dietitians.To receive a certificate of attendance, nurses and dietitians must attend the session in full.Breastfed Infants WelcomeMothers may bring quiet breastfeeding babies less than 6 months of age to the workshops. Due to theprofessional nature of the sessions, mothers are expected to care for their babies outside the meeting roomwhen needed. Mothers are strongly encouraged to bring a support person along to provide baby careoutside the meeting room.Questions?If you have questions about registration, please call (515) 964-6353. For questions about theagenda, please call (800) 532-1579 and ask for Nikki.

REGISTRATIONCommunication & Rapport Building Skills WorkshopAHNE 993 CRN 19018October 29, 2014Name:Address:Agency:How did you hear about this workshop?Required for new WIC employeeReceived information from MCH AgencyDaytime phone:Social Security #:Email address:The registration fee is 40 for this workshop. Please make checks payable to Des MoinesArea Community College.Send this form and payment by October 21, 2014 to:Des Moines Area Community CollegeRegistration Building 12006 Ankeny Blvd.Ankeny, Iowa 50021

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