Power Up is a SNAP-Education program funded by the USDA. Adagio Health’s Power Up nutrition education program encourages students (Preschool through 12th grade), adults, seniors and communities to choose healthier foods and live active lifestyles. Through direct, evidence-based nutrition lessons, participants learn strategies to adopt healthy habits that will have an impact on their current and future health. Power Up educators are working with community partners to create healthier environments by influencing local policies, systems, and environments Power Up is provided at no-cost to eligible locations. To find out if you are an eligible location, please visit www.powerupeatright.com
Adagio Health is a Cooking Matters partner in western Pennsylvania.
- Led by nutrition experts. Our staff features registered dietitians, nutritionists, DTRs, and other experienced educators.
- Nutrition activities are provided through lessons, workshops, cooking demonstrations, games and other interactive activities
- The Power Up website features helpful information, updated regularly, to guide participants towards a healthier lifestyle.
- Exciting, interactive curriculum, including the opportunity to sample new, healthy foods, engages school-age children in nutrition-focused lessons while meeting Pennsylvania Department of Education Guidelines.
Cooking Matters is a multi-session course including meal preparation, grocery shopping, food budgeting, and nutrition. As part of our partnership with Cooking Matters, we offer educational grocery store tours to help participants learn new skills including how to shop strategically, and choosing healthier foods in order to prepare well-balanced meals. Find out more about Cooking Matters on their website: CookingMatters.org
Using evidence-based curricula, Power Up educators deliver free
interactive, age-appropriate nutrition classes throughout the year via Zoom. Class topics include:
- Food Safety 101
- Portion Sizes,
- Meal Planning
- Exercise & Physical Activity,
- Learning to Stretch Your Food Dollars,
Class attendees can receive exercise bands, water bottles & more!
For a full list of classes and schedule, click here.
USDA SNAP-Ed Funding Statement
Funded by the Pennsylvania (PA) Department of Human Services (DHS) through PA Nutrition Education Tracks, a part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). SNAP provides nutrition assistance to people with low income. It can help you buy nutritious foods for a better diet. To find out more, contact the DHS toll-free Helpline at 800-692-7462.
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