How We Eat Matters: Addressing Challenges and Opportunities
When: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 8:00 am – 12:30 pm (breakfast included)
Post-forum optional meeting 2-3pm (see agenda for details)
Where: Vancouver Convention Centre, West Building, Room 221, 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC
What: “Parents deserve to hear the same best practice feeding message from all of us. The Satter Division of Responsibility in feeding represents such a best practice,” says Carol Danaher from the Ellyn Satter Institute. This year’s forum features Carol who will share her unique experience in achieving a unified voice in her county.
Let’s build on the success and momentum of last year’s forum and turn Ellyn Satter’s inspiration into action. Have you tried to integrate Ellyn’s models into your practice? Bring your questions, find out how to address challenges, and share your achievements.
Join the discussion with an excellent group of speakers who will help us to collectively spread the word that how we eat matters!
For more information, check out the 2016 forum agenda.
Registration fee: $30 (Students $25). Preregistration is required. No registration at the door.
Early bird registration deadline: Friday, April 29, 2016, includes two complimentary Ellyn Satter booklets –"Feeding with Love and Good Sense: The First Two Years" & "Feeding with Love and Good Sense: 18 Months through 6 Years."
General deadline: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
**Missed last year's forum on eating and feeding? Highlights and relevant links have been posted in the presentations section.
Who will benefit:
- dietitians, both in clinical and community settings
- health educators
- home economics teachers
- early childhood educators/caregivers
- social workers
- mental health professionals
- fitness leaders
- anyone involved in health promotion
The forum is presented by BC Dairy Association, a not-for-profit organization funded entirely by the dairy producers of British Columbia. BC Dairy Association has been providing innovative nutrition education programs to schools for over 30 years and resources for the community distributed by health professionals.
Thank you to the Dairy Farmers of Canada for their continued support of this event.