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Extractions: Prevention Services Grant Welcome to the Anne Arundel County Department of Health home page. We are committed to leadership and service to assure that all County residents have access to personal and environmental health services and information. Crucial to achieving this goal are our vital partnerships with individuals, community, health providers and business. Our vision is a vital Anne Arundel County in which healthy people reside in healthy communities. The Health Department's mission is to preserve, protect and promote the health of all county residents. In fulfilling its mission, the Health Department: The Department of Health's provides equal access to services for all County residents, without regard to race, age, ability to pay, religion or sexual orientation. Through the Department of Health, some personal health services, such as tuberculosis treatment, are free to all. Other services are charged according to a sliding fee scale based on residents' income. Environmental health inspections and permit fees are county-determined.
Extractions: School and Community Nutrition Programs Our Vision: To maximize the nutritional well-being of children and adults in Maryland Our Mission: To administer state and federal nutrition programs for public and nonprofit private schools and eligible community organizations by providing leadership, funding, food, training, technical assistance, outreach, and oversight in a manner that maximizes customer satisfaction. Programs Available to Maryland Residents Include:
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NIH: Go To The New Health Page! The Consumer health Page for the National Institutes of health (NIH) Special programs. Other health. Agencies. Browse health Topics Alphabetically Food, nutrition and Metabolism Pike. Bethesda, maryland 20892. Department of health. and Human Services http://www.nih.gov/health
Extractions: Congregate meals are offered in more than 270 senior centers, religious facilities, housing facilities or other community sites throughout Maryland. In addition to the meals provided, meal sites offer an opportunity to meet new friends and engage in other social or health related programs including nutrition education, physical activity and health screening. During 2002, nearly 36,000 seniors received meals in congregate settings throughout Maryland. View a list of congregate settings Most congregate sites offer a hot lunch, however some congregate settings offer deli lunches, salad bars, soup and sandwiches or evening meals. Ethnic meals are being served in several areas of the State. Kosher meals are served in Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Montgomery County. Korean meals are served in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel and Montgomery Counties. Montgomery County is serving Vietnamese and Chinese meals as well. Home delivered meals (also referred to as Meals on Wheels) are brought to homebound seniors with the intent of helping them to remain in their own homes for as long as possible. In addition to nutrition services, daily contact with program volunteers or staff often provides seniors with a link to additional services in their communities. More than 1,400,000 meals were delivered to seniors homes in 2002.
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Extractions: Wheaton, Maryland 20906-4708 The Montgomery County Nutrition program has made a difference in the lives of older persons. It is a model for programs across the nation for its ability to leverage funds, serve diverse populations, coordinate with community organizations, and provide comprehensive nutrition education. This program operates within the Aging and Disability Service of the Health and Human Services Department of county government. In 1973, Montgomery County established a nutrition program for the elderly with funding from the federal government. The program has grown steadily and now provides 295,200 congregate meals per year and 41,900 home delivered meals. The total budget for the project is $1,320,800($607,500 comes from the Older Americans Act). The project has grown due to its ability to leverage other funds. The meal contribution level averages $1.60 per congregate meal. This high contribution rate results in Montgomery County having the lowest total program cost per meal of the four large suburban counties in Maryland. The Senior Nutrition Program in Montgomery County has risen to the challenge of designing nutrition services for diverse groups. At a public hearing in 1994, Vietnamese seniors testified about their community's need for greater access to programs and services. The county now offers a Vietnamese menu in two locations. In addition, the Program serves kosher meals at three sites and Korean meals at two sites.
Extractions: What is it? The goal of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is to protect the health and well-being of the nation's children by providing nutritious school meals every day. NSLP provides funding that makes it possible for schools to offer a nutritious school lunch. Schools receive federal funds for each lunch served, provided that the meal meets established nutrition standards . The federal government and The State of Maryland provide additional funds to schools for each meal served to children who qualify , because of family income, for free or reduced-price meals. Who is eligible?
Extractions: Kathy earned her Bachelor's and Master's degreed in Dietetics and Nutrition from the University of Maryland. She also completed a prestigious Dietetic Internship at the Medical College of Virginia. She has served as Assistant Food Service Director for Marriott Corporation, Nutritionist on staff at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and provided clinical dieteitic services at several major hospitals in Richmond Virginia. She is also a published author of many articles that have appeared in recognized nutrition science journals. (Email Kathy) Shelley Alspaugh, R.D.
Extractions: Allied Health " is used to define a variety of health professions and covers as many as 100 different occupations, exclusive of physicians, nurses, and a handful of others. About two million allied health professionals work in the United States and are involved with the delivery of health or related services. They range from the identification, evaluation, and prevention of diseases and disorders, to dietary and nutrition services, to rehabilitation and health systems management, among others. Click on the links below for more information on the various careers. Anesthesiologist Technicians
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Extractions: DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN ECOLOGY DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMS The department offers an undergraduate degree in Human Ecology with options in the following areas: Nutrition PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Department of Human Ecology programs require that all students maintain a "C" in each course in their Program Core and Program Electives and a "C" average in General Education and Supportive Course Requirements. Individual programs may choose specific courses to fulfill General Education requirements. RESEARCH Faculty in the Department of Human Ecology are currently involved in the following research activities: 1) Effects of Dietary L-Carnitine in Talapia; 2) Nutritional quality of soybean and bioavailability of nutrients as being affected by food processing; 3) Protective clothing for pesticide users; 4) Entrepreneurial assistance in the development and expansion of small businesses through a business incubator program; 5) Microbiological safety of refrigerated and frozen food; 6) Texture, structure(TEM) and sensory evaluation of food.
Extractions: The Supervised Practice Program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) is a performance-based generalist program designed to bridge the gap between didactic education and entry level professional dietetic practice. The program is approved by the American Dieteti c Association (ADA) located at 216 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60600-6995, Telephone Number 312/899-4876. The Dietetic Internship (DI) Program at UMES represents collaborations between the university, the Eastern Shore Area Health Education and several health care facilities on the Eastern Shore. Program experiences are designed in categories of dietetic subspecialties to include clinical nutrition, community nutrition, and foodservice systems management. Didactic experiences include class days, joint seminars with other dietetic students/interns from program in the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia, and Maryland. Affiliation sites include hospitals, community and outpatient centers, long term-care, and school food service. Hospitals' state-of-the-art technology provides diagnosis and treatment capabilities in general medicine, surgery, radiation therapy, and a full range of outpatient services including cardiac rehabilitation. Community nutrition services include supermarket tours, weight management classes, high risk prenatal counseling, as well as diet and disease prevention programs. The nutrition staff is responsible for development, implementation and evaluation services for infants, women, children, pregnant women and citizens with chronic disease. Health promotion programs include nutrition education for individual throughout the life span. the didactic component of the program includes seminar participation with other dietetic interns in the region.
Nutrition, Maryland State Advisory Council On State policy to provide food and nutrition services to lowincome persons in maryland.It reviewed programs providing nutrition and health services, and http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/26excom/defunct/html/27nut.html
Extractions: Marilyn A. Hunter, Chair (chosen by Governor), Appointed by Governor to 2-year term: Catrina L. Creighton; one vacancy. Term expired 1998. Yolanda Graves; Jean E. Guiffre; Linton S. (Buck) Marshall III; David Martin Paige, M.D.; Mary T. Pontius; one vacancy. Terms expired 1999. Katherine M. Chin; William G. Ewing; Mitchell D. Herman; Laura A. Howell; Janice K. Schneider. Terms expired 2000. Designated by Senate President: Jennie M. Forehand Designated by House Speaker: Shirley Nathan-Pulliam Ex officio: Contact: Sheila G. Terry web: www.med.jhu.edu/mchsc/mdacn/ The State Advisory Council on Nutrition was created by the Governor in 1985 (Executive Order 01.01.1985.35). It was reformed in 1988 and 1996 (Executive Orders 01.01.1988.02, 01.01.1996.09). The Council formulated State policy to provide food and nutrition services to low-income persons in Maryland. It reviewed programs providing nutrition and health services, and nutrition education and training, and analyzed their success. To prevent and treat malnutrition, the Council monitored the health and nutrition of low-income persons and encouraged partnerships among federal, State, local and private agencies. Authorization for the Council was rescinded in February 2000 when the State Advisory Council on Hunger was mandated (Executive Order 01.01.2000.06).
Maryland Department Of Aging - Origin & Functions Aging about the needs of the elderly in maryland and the Senior Care; Senior Informationand Assistance; Senior nutrition; and Senior health Promotion programs. http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/10da/html/10agen.html
Extractions: Heading the Department of Aging, the Secretary of Aging is appointed by the Governor with Senate advice and consent. The Secretary of Aging serves on the Governor's Executive Council; and the Subcabinet for Children, Youth, Families. To evaluate services needed by elderly persons and set priorities for meeting these needs, the Secretary chairs the Interagency Committee on Aging Services and the Innovations in Aging Services Advisory Council. The Secretary also chairs the Oversight Committee on Quality of Care in Nursing Homes and serves as advocate for the elderly at all levels of government. The Department of Aging works through four divisions: Client and Community Services; Housing Services; Planning and Operations; and Program Development. The Department is aided by the Commission on Aging, and the Financial Review Committee (Code 1957, Art. 70B). COMMISSION ON AGING The Commission on Aging advises the Secretary of Aging about the needs of the elderly in Maryland and the work of the Department of Aging. The Commission's thirteen members are appointed to four-year terms by the Governor who names the chair (Code 1957, Art. 70B, sec. 3). FINANCIAL REVIEW COMMITTEE The Financial Review Committee was created in 1985 (Chapter 752, Acts of 1985). At the request of the Department of Aging, the Committee evaluates the financial condition of providers of continuing care who are experiencing financial difficulty. The Committee then recommends what action the Department should take.