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My Tasting Journal is an electronic journal template designed to encourage trying new foods. Showcased in Coaching Clips Volume 1, No. 3, My Tasting Journal provides a structured method to learn how to describe tastes and preferences. This
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Health, Life Skills, Cooking
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This tool can start conversations about foods that are in season all year round. The calendar highlights seasons for the Pacific Northwest, but includes all foods available throughout the United States. Great for Nutrition Education, Life skills,
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Public Health, Life Skills, Cooking
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th, 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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This tool can start conversations about foods that are in season all year round. The calendar highlights seasons for New England, but includes all foods available throughout the United States. Great for Nutrition Education, Life skills, Budgeting
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Nutritional Sciences, Other, Cooking
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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Portions, Portions, Portions! We hear that portion sizes are growing every day. Did you know plate sizes are growing too? How can we teach healthy eating?? This activity and worksheets walk you through learning how to use a plate to determine
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Health, Life Skills, Cooking
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My goal is to make wellness accessible to everyone at any age. My specialty is as a dietitian supporting people with various learning styles of all ages and stages. I have a background in health literacy and experience supporting people with unique learning styles - such as individuals with special needs of all ages and stages.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Behavioral Health Nutrition Excellence in Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The Dr. Linda Pollack Award, Central Florida Down Syndrome Association. Meritorious Service Award, National Down Syndrome Congress.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I became my own version of a “foodie” when I was four or five years old – with the gift of an Easy Bake Oven. I chose to become a registered dietitian 25 years ago. When I started college, I didn’t know the degree existed. I get to play with food, connect with people, and make a difference. I became involved in issues related to people with Down syndrome and related disabilities 22 years ago with the birth of my son. As we all know, parents of kids with disabilities are involved in the big picture immediately – like it or not! I chose to work in the field of nutrition/health promotion for people with Down syndrome 16 years ago. It’s a choice I’ve not regretted. Today, I focus my work on coaching all individuals and their families to create quality lives, and quality health with a community vision. Including, but not limited to famlies of and individuals with intellectual and deveopmental disabilities. Here’s a snapshot of my academic and professional experiences that have led me to launch. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics from Kansas State University. In 1995, I became the editor of Disability Solutions: A Resource for Families and Others Interested in Down Syndrome and Related Disabilities. It changed my life professionally and personally. I began researching and implementing nutrition practices that incorporated the best practices published in Disability Solutions through workshops and individual experiences with people with Down syndrome. These experiences led me to focus on evidence-based best practices based in a way that is easy-to-understand and put to use.

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