Over the last few months we've been working behind the scenes to hand over stewardship of the Healthy Together program to Families Canada. They will continue to offer and support the program and the online training will be available on their own Learning Portal.
We have trained over 300 Facilitators across Canada
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Hear from an Executive Director, Program Facilitators and Parents and find out what they had to say about the Healthy Together program and how it benefited them, their organization and their community.
Evidence Based Results
Increased physical activity and consumption of fruits and vegetables
Helps prevent type 2 diabetes, obesity and other chronic illnesses
Decreased screen time and consumption of sugary drinks
Every Healthy Together session includes 3 key components.
With over 30 learning activities covering topics including food, meal planning, budgeting, sleep & movement guidelines
More than 30 physical activities with adaptations for all ages and abilities and even consideration to space constraints
Over 30 simple, fun to cook recipes with full ingredients and directions. Many can be prepared with limited cooking equipment
Become a Healthy Together Facilitator
Become a certified Healthy Together facilitator to engage families to make healthy choices and build stronger relationships.
Healthy Together is a family education program that engages the entire family in addressing nutrition, money management, moving more, and family connections. In a world of growing obesity rates and increased chronic disease, Healthy Together offers practitioners and community resources groups, the right tools and content to improve health outcomes for families.
You can become a Healthy Together certified facilitator today by taking the online facilitator training.
Become a facilitator TODAY
We asked our parents and caregivers what they liked best about Healthy Together...
"My son being able to create and make his own snack and put together and see the ingredients"
"Talking about safety, healthy foods and working at better relationships"
"Meeting other kids and their moms and discussing ideas and tactics to a healthier life."
"Allowing my child to try new things that I wouldn't have thought of having him try. Seeing other kids eat certain things helped him open up to trying too"