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The Alive N Kicking (ANK) programme is a child weight management programme. Its primary aim is to support and empower parents and children from 2-19 years old to adopt healthy eating practices, increase physical activity levels, reduce sedentary behaviour and build self esteem.A secondary aim is to...
To help patients achieve a healthy lifestyle and lose weight
The aim of this intervention is to provide a tailored, individualised service to support any child or young person and their family to make small, sensigble changes to improve their lifestyle.
The aims of this intervention are: - To observe a weekly weight loss of 0.5-1 kg, over the 12 weeks, in those completing the weight management intervention - To sustain behavioural changes achieved at 12 weeks for the long term, at 6, 12 and 24 month after course completion - To increase average...
The aim of this intervention is to provide healthy lifestyle advice to lead to sutainable weight loss
NHS Warwickshire (NHSW), Warwickshire County Council (WCC) and partners aim to reduce childhood obesity in various ways including through the provision of evidence based structured nine week family based treatment programmes. These programmes will support families with overweight and/or obese...
The aims of the REACH programme were to: - Provide a quality whole-family healthy lifestyle programme that is accessible and equitable to support children aged 4-7 and 8-11years who are above the healthy weight range in maintaining or achieving a healthy weight; - Target areas of poor health and...
Author: SRconsultancy
The aims of this intervention are to inform the work and strategic direction of BActiveNBFit CIC, and to influence the strategic development and commissioning of key partners such as NHS South of Tyne and Wear PCT and City of Sunderland council. Through identifying:Examples of best practice,...
This service Aims: To provide a multi-component weight management service that supports sustainable behaviour change and weight loss in adults 16 years and over with a BMI 28. To enable patients to develop the necessary personal attributes for their own long term weight management and to understand...
Author: NHS Leeds
Subject: Food education
This intervention aims to contribute to improvements in health and well being by influencing food choice. Objectives: To work with targeted individual and groups to achieve the following outcomes :- Increase cooking skills- Improve nutritional knowledge- Influence shopping choices- Assist...

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