Nov 8, 2012 Forward Coalition Meeting

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Nov 8, 2012 Forward Coalition Meeting

  1. 1. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 1985 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14%
  2. 2. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 1990 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14%
  3. 3. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 1995 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19%
  4. 4. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 2000 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% ≥20%
  5. 5. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 2005 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% ≥30%
  6. 6. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 2007 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% ≥30%
  7. 7. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 2009 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% ≥30%
  8. 8. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 2010 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person)No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% ≥30%
  9. 9. Home Box Office (HBO) The Weight of the Nation• High Blood Pressure • Type 2 Diabetes• High Blood • Stroke Cholesterol • Sleep Apnea• Coronary Heart • Poor Quality of Life Disease • Osteoarthritis• Gallbladder Disease • Cancer• Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
  10. 10. Home Box Office (HBO) The Weight of the Nation• Obesity related medical costs could be up to 20% of total health costs or $500B annually• By 2030, obesity rates will increase 42%• By 2030, severe obesity (>80 lbs.) will more than double from 5-11%• By 2030, 32M adults will be obese• By 2030, we’ll incur $550B in added obesity related health costs, if the trend continues
  11. 11. Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention: Solving the Weight of the Nation1. Integrate Physical Activity Every Day in Every Way2. Make Healthy Foods Available Everywhere3. Market What Matters for a Healthy Life4. Activate Employers and Health Care Professionals5. Strengthen Schools as the Heart of Health
  12. 12. 2013 Campaign: Building Healthy and Sustainable CommunitiesFunding Partners: Action for Healthy Kids, SevenGenerations Ahead, Dupage County/HealthDepartment, YMCA’s, Glenbard High School, ROE/PEInstitute, DuPage Mayors and ManagersConference, Whole Foods, Blue Cross Blue ShieldAdditional Partners/Funders:, DuPageHospitals, Forest Preserve, Midwest DairyCouncil, DuPage Medical Group, TBDFoundations
  13. 13. 2013 Campaign: Building Healthy and Sustainable CommunitiesProposed Activities:• March 1: Institute Day• March Weekend (TBD): FORWARD Days at 4 DuPage Whole Foods (5% return to FORWARD Fund for school salad bars)• April 10: Glenbard Parent Series/Lombard CLT HBO WON showing with Dr. Bill Dietz and FORWARD Expert Panel
  14. 14. 2013 Campaign: Building Healthy and Sustainable CommunitiesProposed Activities:• April 11: FAN Health Care Summit with special guest Dr. Bill Dietz• April 24-25: GreenTown: Building Healthy and Sustainable Communities Conference• April 26: YMCA Healthy Kids Days• April 27: Illinois Prairie Path 50th Anniversary Celebration/Prairie Path Clean-up
  15. 15. 2013 Campaign: Building Healthy and Sustainable CommunitiesOngoing Activities:• HBO Weight of the Nation Screenings• 54321GO! Health Education Campaign:  Posters and Flyers  Larger than Life Exhibits with Reflective Action Figures and Health Education Messaging throughout DuPage County
  16. 16. 2013 Campaign: Building Healthy and Sustainable CommunitiesOngoing Activities:• FORWARD Website: Calendar events, partner linkages and daily messaging including Facebook and Twitter• FORWARD Get in the Action Mini Grants
  17. 17. Farm to School: Making it happen! Anupama Joshi National Farm to School NetworkFORWARD Coalition Meeting - November 8,2012 National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
  18. 18. FARM TO SCHOOL LOCAL PROCUREMENT SCHOOL GARDENS EXPERENTIAL FOOD & AG EDUCATION CURRICULUMNational Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
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  20. 20. Farmers Share for $1 spent on food 19 41 1950 2012National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
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  26. 26. reusable tray Truitt Brothers chili Pacific Coast Fruit Company lettuce Pacific CoastFruit Company fresh salsa pears from Walter Wells Don Poncho and Sons tortilla chips Clackamas Bakery Willamette Valley Fruit cornbread Company blueberries Portland Public Schools Lunch Tray, www.ecotrust.org National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
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  35. 35. Win, Win, Win!National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
  36. 36. The Farm to School movement is blossoming! • In all 50 states • 12,500 schools • 5.7 million children reached • $13 million local product sourced (2011-12 estimates) National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
  37. 37. Policy Support• Federal – Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act 2010 – USDA Farm to School grants• State – F2S supportive policies (35+ states) – IL• Local – Wellness policies at schools – County / city level support National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
  38. 38. Administrative Support• USDA Geographic Preference Option• School Gardens• National Farm to School Month resolution National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
  39. 39. Making Farm to School Happen• Connect - Collaborate• Organize a Planning Meeting• Assess what is feasible• Start small —taste testing, farm tour – one school, one product• Market the program• Explore policy opportunities• Don’t do it alone ! National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
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  42. 42. Anupama JoshiNational Farm to SchoolNetworkanupama@farmtoschool.org(847) 917-7292www.farmtoschool.org National Farm to School Network - Nourishing Kids and Communities
  43. 43. Stretch BreakConnie Laidlaw, Indian Boundary YMCA & Students from Wheaton College Public Health: Promotion of Physical Activity
  44. 44. Alice WoodFounder, Wealth Watchers International
  45. 45. Shaded areasindicate recessionsas determined bythe NBFR 2006Federal ReserveBank of St. Louis:research.stlious.org Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
  46. 46. Additionally, further improvements in the overall health of the United States aregreatly hindered by the unchecked growth in the prevalence of obesity. Theprevalence of obesity has exploded from 11.6 percent of the population in 1990to 23.1 percent of the population in 2005. Now, nearly 1 in 4 people areconsidered obese- a category that Centers for Disease Control and Preventionreserves for those who are significantly over the suggested body weight giventheir height. The rate of increase shows no evidence of slowing.Statistics from the United Health Foundations, www.umitedhealthfoundation.org
  47. 47. The UnitedStatespersonalsaving rate isnow nearingthe low onlyexperiencedduring theGreatDepression Source: U.S. Department of Commence, Bureau of Economic Analysis
  48. 48. FORWARD’s Get in the Action2012 Mini Mobilization Grant Awardees
  49. 49. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization Grants• Overall Funding: $65,000• Grants: Received 31 Applications• Awards: 19 DuPage Organizations• Projections: Impacting over 44,000 Residents• Modeled after AFHK and Making Kane Fit For Kids Grant Process
  50. 50. FORWARD’s Get in the Action2012 Mini Mobilization Grants Sponsors
  51. 51. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsAddison School District: $5,000• To purchase 2 salad bars• Increase fruit & vegetable consumption at lunch time• Projected Impact: 1,000+ students
  52. 52. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsAddison School District Foundation forExcellence: $2,000• To purchase obstacle course equipment to promote cardio-vascular health• Projected Impact: 5,000+ students and parents
  53. 53. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsAddison School District Foundation forExcellence: $1,400• To purchase mini-trampolines• Establish a BMI tracking system to monitor annual progress• Projected Impact: 2,500+ students
  54. 54. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsBreaking Free – DREAM : $2,500• To purchase a refrigerator for fresh fruits and vegetables for afterschool programming at Gary School• Projected Impact: 100 students
  55. 55. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsConnection of Friends : $5,000• To develop and expand healthy living (nutrition and physical activities) programming for special needs teens and adults• Projected Impact: 65 teens and adults
  56. 56. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsDuPage County Forest Preserve: $5,000• To purchase kayaks and equipment for outdoor recreation clinics• Projected Impact: 3,000 residents
  57. 57. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsHealthy Lombard Foundation : $2,000• To purchase video equipment to develop programming on healthy living for cable channels, YouTube and Facebook• Projected Impact: 2,000+ residents
  58. 58. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsIndian Boundary YMCA: $4,000• To purchase new curriculum, Fitness Gram and nutritional expertise to pilot/expand Healthy Kids Camp for afterschool students• Projected Impact: 85+ students
  59. 59. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsIndian Trail Elementary: $800• To purchase 4 TRX training units for afterschool programming• Projected Impact: 30 students
  60. 60. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsLeague of Illinois Bicyclists: $5,000• To develop a web-based bicycle safety training program with incentives for DuPage 4thand 5th graders• Projected Impact: 25,000+ children
  61. 61. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsNorthern Illinois Food Bank: $5,000• To develop a pilot to expand access to milk and nutrition education with 5 DuPage food pantries• Projected Impact: 300+ families
  62. 62. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsTri-Town YMCA: $3,700• To purchase equipment and pilot a walking/geocaching club for afterschool programs, summer camps, and parent activities• Projected Impact: 300+ families
  63. 63. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsVillage of Villa Park: $5,000• To install handicap ramps and resurface the playground to expand family/ toddler participation at the Iowa Community Center• Projected Impact: 1000+ families
  64. 64. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsWAYS for Healthy Choices: $1,000• To expand camp programming, install raised vegetable gardens and expand patio gardening program• Projected Impact: 100+ seniors
  65. 65. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsWest Chicago Police DREAM: $2,400• To purchase a refrigerator to serve fresh fruits and vegetables for afterschool programming at Pioneer School• Projected Impact: 100+ students
  66. 66. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsWheaton Park District: $5,000• To build raised vegetable gardens as part of a multi-use playground area• Projected Impact: 2000+ students
  67. 67. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsWilliam Hammerschmidt Elementary School: $5,000• To install raised vegetable gardens, compost and rain barrels and add accessible playground zones with new surfaces• Projected Impact: 1,000+ students
  68. 68. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsWooddale Public Library: $1,800• To purchase and teach a healthy living curriculum to the community• Projected Impact: 500+ residents
  69. 69. FORWARD’s Get in the Action 2012 Mini Mobilization GrantsWoodridge Park District: $3,400• To purchase equipment and provide incentives for a new afterschool healthy living program--Kidz Squad• Projected Impact: 150 students

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