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Measures that Matter: A Recipe for Success

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Transcript of Measures that Matter: A Recipe for Success

INEP State Goals
1. Promote access to high quality food through targeted, high dosage direct education that supports knowledge, skill acquisition, and behavior change reflective of dietary guidance. (Individual)

2. Support interpersonal networks through social media channels and messaging campaigns that promote dietary improvement and increases in physical activity in local communities. (Family, Community)

3. Promote health and reduce chronic disease risk through Policy, System and Environmental Changes by making affordable, healthy foods and space for physical activity accessible where people eat, live, learn, play and shop. (Policy, Systems, Environment)

4. Foster growth of partnerships focused on obesity prevention, chronic disease reduction and supporting healthier populations. (Policy, Systems, Environment)

INEP Community Model
SNAP-Ed Community Worker, Work Program Participant
SNAP-Ed Extension Program Coordinator
SNAP-Ed Unit Educator
Illinois Nutrition Education Programs
Impact Measures!
Measures that Matter:
A Recipe for Success

OUTLINE FOR TODAY
Group Discussion
INEP Community Model
State-level goals
Role-Specific Impact Measures
SNAP-Ed Community Worker, Work Program Participants
EFNEP Community Worker, Work Program Participant
SNAP-Ed Extension Program Coordinator
SNAP-Ed Unit Educator
Unit Impact Measures
Activity
Reflection
1. What does success look like in your role?

2. What does success look like in your Unit?
EFNEP Community Worker,
Work Program Participant
GROUP DISCUSSION:
"All people that need help get it"
"Positive feedback and participation
from program participants"

"Parents coming back to our classes"
1. Provide direct education that supports behavior changes reflective of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans where people eat, live, learn, play, and shop. (Individual)
2. Support family and community networks using messaging
strategies to promote healthy lifestyles in local communities. (Family, Community)
3. Use Policy, System, and Environmental Changes to help increase access to healthy foods and physical activity opportunities where people eat, live, learn, play, and shop. (PSE)
4. Encourage growth and maintenance of community partnerships focused on supporting healthier people and communities. (PSE)
So, What Does This Mean?
8-10 youth programs per week
2-4 adult programs per week

2 behavior change success stories per month per staff member
70% of adult direct contacts completing sign-in slips
"Reaching all parts of a community"

"Cohesive Unit"

“A program that the entire family gains knowledge/makes changes”

"When our program is recognized"

"New partnerships are gained"

"All eligible sites/agencies receive SNAP-Ed
programs and information"


"Receiving measurable results via reports"

"Provide programming to as many income-
eligible areas as possible to make the most impact"
Minimum of 2 new sites agreeing to partner with SNAP-Ed for PSE approaches per
Quarter—plan can be written or verbal
2 layering success stories per Unit each Quarter
Focus Area specific messaging in 50% of all partnering agencies
"Engaged community contacts"

"Being invited to partner"
"Follow-up plans to Environmental Assessment"

"More frequent evaluation of quality over quantity"
"Intervention has been successful and sustainable"
"Program success and deliverables"
For 50% of all partnering sites, at least 1 reportable PSE outcome within 45 days after initial assessment
Pre- and Post-assessment scores within 1 year
Minimum of 2 new sites agreeing to partner
with SNAP-Ed for PSE approaches per
Quarter—plan can be written or verbal
"To be present in all schools within
a school district"
4 Smarter Lunchrooms
Interventions per year
"Locations are being fully served"

"Community agencies reaching out for partnership and technical assistance"
Minimum 3 PDOs in K12 to food service staff, 2 PDOs in other
Focus areas per year (5 total)
"Appropriate layering has happened"

"Unit working as a team"
"Making sure parents are reached as well as children"
Minimum of 8-12 classes (youth and adult) per week
"Everyone gets involved in the program"

"When past participants speak about what they learned at previous programs"
2 behavior change success stories per month per staff member
"
"It's the small things, the young mother proud of her new cooking skills."

"Participants return to classes"
75% graduation rate for all adult and youth classes
"Reaching all eligible audiences"
Enroll 150 adults per year
"What does a Successful INEP Program Look Like?"
We Asked. You Answered.
We Listened.
UNIT TEAM IMPACT MEASURES
"When there is a team effort to meet all components of the model"

" Locations are being fully served with all that our Unit can offer"

"Serving all eligible sites with multi-layered programming that results in impact"

"All staff work together to provide nutrition education to eligible audiences."

"Participants creating INEP recipes at home"

"Reaching high number of eligible audiences in a variety of layers"

"A program that the entire family gains knowledge/makes changes in their way of living"

"All members work together to find new locations and provide the best program with correct nutrition information being shared with our audiences"

" When existing partners request additional programs from Extension"



Unit Team Goal #1:
In 40% of ALL partnering sites, include at least 3 of the 5 following components at EACH site: Youth direct education, adult direct education, family messaging, environmental messaging, and/or PSE interventions.

"Program growth with tiered attempts at new and innovative outreach"

" When we are reaching all parts of the community"

"Make SNAP-Ed/EFNEP more visible in the Community"

"To be so busy in our Unit that we have to hire more staff in order to serve all the agencies that want to partner with us"

"People in the community are talking about our programs and how much they enjoy and learn from our staff"

"People like to work together in the same communities"

"Personal introductions at meetings, coalitions, or schools are no longer needed because we are recognized in the community"

"Calls are made to the office requesting programming because they've heard about us"


Unit Team Goal #2:
Have ACTIVE partnerships with agencies in a mnimum of 4 out of the 7 Focus Areas (K-12, Early Childhood, Emergency Food, Food Retail, Community Youth, Community Adult, and Faith-Based).
Minimum 2 environmental assessments/quarter
Pre- and post-assessment scores within 1 year
2 layering success stories per quarter per Unit
1 nutrition/PA activity supports adopted 6mo after site partners
Session Wrap-Up
A Recipe For Success Activity
Objective
: With your Unit Team, build a 'recipe for success'

1. Find the fruit corresponding with each role.






2. Match each "measure" to the corresponding state goal.

3. Make 1 Bowl of "Success Fruit Salad"
1 cup Goal 1
1 cup Goal 2
1 cup Goal 3
1 cup Goal 4
SNAP-Ed CW EPC EFNEP CW UE UNIT
Next Steps
SNAP-Ed CW EPC EFNEP CW UE UNIT
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