5210 Train the Trainer
Location: Building D - 939 Oak Street SE
Room: CHEC Classroom #1
Nov 1, 2012 (one day)
Meets 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
Level: Open to anyone
Status: This program is completed
Salem Health and I Love ME are sponsoring another 5210 Train the Trainer class. Learn how you can implement a 5210 toolkit at your school, worksite, medical clinic, or community.
5210 Let’s Go! is a nationally recognized childhood obesity prevention program designed to increase healthy eating and active living in children from birth to 18.
Let’s Go! works in the following six sectors to reach children and families where they live, study, work, and play: School, After School, Early Childhood, Healthcare, Workplace and Community.
5-2-1-0 translates to:
5 or more servings of fruits and vegetables
2 hours or less recreational screen time (TV or computer)
1 hour or more of physical activity
0 sugary drinks
Instructor -- CHEC Staff
The Community Health Education Center (CHEC) informs and empowers patients, families, community members and hospital staff by providing accurate health information and connecting them to appropriate hospital and community services and programs.
The Salem Hospital Foundation raised 4.1 million to create the Community Health Education Center (CHEC). Over 1,200 Foundation partners, neighbors and friends made gifts that helped turn the dream of the CHEC into a reality.