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Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Coalition (HEPAC)

An organization committed to working collaboratively to support the creation of environments in NB that promote healthy eating and physical activity. HEPAC helps strengthen the ability of New Brunswickers to impact the wellness levels in their communities through professional development and networking opportunities, improved access to evidence-based information and best practices resources, tools and support.

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Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Coalition (HEPAC)

Healthy Learners in School Program

This program develops and supports health promotion efforts that involve all areas of health, including physical, emotional and social health; preventing injury and disease; supporting healthy decision-making and behaviours which will last into adulthood; and encouraging successful learning.

Author/Origin:
New Brunswick Department of Health

Healthy Minds in Active Bodies

This resource designed for coordinators of after-school programs provides information regarding the links between participation in quality, active after-school programs and children and youth’s mental health, including the association between participation in physical activity and mental health benefits.

Author/Origin:
Canadian Active After School Partnership

Healthy School Planner

The Healthy School Planner is a free tool that schools can use to assess the current health environment and build a plan to make improvements. The tool offers tailor-picked advice to outline the steps for moving forward and also an evaluation chart to keep track of your progress.

Author/Origin:
Pan-Canadian Joint Consortium for Health

Healthy Schools, Healthy Communities: How You Can Make a Difference

An illustrated video designed to support individuals and communities in working towards healthy schools. The video provides a strong foundation for healthy schools, including building capacity, communicating the concept, and supporting a broad audience (including public health, recreation, education, parents, and kids) in understanding the role that they can play in building healthy schools.

Author/Origin:
Physical Activity Resource Centre - Ophea

Heart Healthy Lesson Plans

A resource for elementary teachers to use with their class, which promotes participation in physical activity. Each plan is tailored for a specific grade, from kindergarten to grade eight, with suitable lessons and activities for kids of all ages. Lesson plans include step-by-step instructions for games and workshop, and provide background information.

Author/Origin:
Heart and Stroke Foundation

Heart Smart Kids Guide

An intermediate grades resource to teach students that it isn’t a chore to be healthy – it’s fun and it’s easy. Four teaching modules focus on healthy eating, active living, being smoke-free and making healthy choices in a real-life situation.

Author/Origin:
Heart and Stroke Foundation
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