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Tapping into the power of influence
These materials were developed by Chickasaw Nation as part of a research study. The tools that were developed proved effective in moving moms to a targeted health change. Focus on breastfeeding, tips for helping infants to sleep, and oral health.
Please refer to the project guidelines before using these materials.
The First Days
This handout by Massachusetts provides information on how to get breastfeeding off to a good start during the first few days after giving birth. Also available in Spanish.
Think Breastfeeding, Think WIC!
This street advertisement campaign by Arkansas WIC was developed to promote WIC services and breastfeeding efforts throughout Arkansas. The bookmarks support the campaign efforts.
When Mom's Away
This handout by Massachusetts
answers commonly asked questions about breast pumps and milk storage and preparation. Also available in Spanish.
WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counseling Program
Training and guidance materials from Calfornia. Designed specifically to train peer counselors to provide breastfeeding support to WIC participants.
WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Program
- Miami-Dade Health Department WIC and Nutrition Program in Florida developed a brochure and a flyer to promote their Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Program. Both handouts include information on what a peer counselor does as well as the potential benefits of becoming a peer counselor.
BPA Frequently Asked Questions for Parents
This handout developed by Maine provides answers to common concerns parents and caregivers might have about the risks of the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) and provides links to additional resources.
This handout was developed by Massachusetts to address commonly asked questions about bottlefeeding. Also available in Spanish.
These lesson plans were developed by California to assist WIC staff in education
on nutrition and health in children. Lesson plans, as well as accompanying
handouts, can be downloaded and tailored to meet the needs of participants.
The primary goal of this project was to address the ever-growing problem of overweight in New Hampshire WIC preschoolers, ages 3 to 4 years old.