Determine client qualifications for the WIC program. Provide nutrition education and counseling to income eligible women (pregnant, breast-feeding and post-partum), infants, and children up to the age of five years. Promote and support breastfeeding. Conduct nutrition assessments. Document notes in participant charts. Assign risk codes and appropriate food packages. Issue breast pumps. Follow WIC Policies and Procedures. Utilize a computer and texting program. Prepare educational materials. Conduct outreach activities. Refer clients to other services. Participate on Community Engagement Committee and assist with social media posts. Co-Lead Clermont Coalition for Activity and Nutrition (CAN), which includes leading bimonthly virtual meetings, sharing information, editing a monthly newsletter, and planning quarterly employee wellness challenges.
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