4C Sponsored Providers - Forms and Training Opportunities
Food Program Trainings
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Infants and toddlers have unique and specific needs for their nutrition and physical activity needs. Through new research and best practice guidelines, discover health-boosting practices. Explore updated information on how much infants and toddlers need to move and how important nutrition is to healthy development. Participants gain the skills to identify where there is room for healthier practices. This session is ideal for professionals working with children from birth to age 2.
Growing Up Healthy: Nutrition and Physical Activity for Preschool and Pre-K Children
Preschool and pre-K children grow rapidly and require specific support around physical activity and nutrition. Through new research and best practice guidelines, discover the groundwork for healthy practices. Explore new information on how much children need to move and how important nutrition is to healthy development. Gain the skills to identify where there is room for healthier practices. This session is ideal for professionals working with children ages 3 to 5.
New Meal Pattern
Required Documents for Programs Participating with 4C
Documents to be Posted in Child Care Home
Medical Statement for Children with Special Dietary NeedsThis statement must be completed and submitted to 4C of Southern Indiana, Inc. before any meal substitutions can be made. The parent/guardian will complete Part 1 and the physician will complete either Part 2 OR Part 3.
Infant Recording Documents
USDA Provider HandbookBest practices for CACFP participation.
What's in a Meal?A reference for proper serving sizes and creditable meal components.
This handbook provides information on crediting foods that are commonly served. It also incorporates and updates the crediting information in previous documents, "What’s in a Meal?" and "Crediting Foods in the Child and Adult Care Food Program."
Team Nutrition CookbookAll of the recipes in this cookbook are creditable.
General Provider Documents
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