Educational Programs Offered

Terri Crawford  |  6/21/2010 6:43:49 PM

Participants at the Super Sitters training workshop.

Head Start faculty participating in SAIL, the Saving and Investing for Life course.

Children participating in the Body Walk learn how to keep their bodies healthy.

Strong families are the building blocks of society and sometimes families need a little help to thrive in a changing world. 

Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service Family and Consumer Science agents present educational programs in three focus areas: Nutrition and Health, Family Development, and Family Resource Management.

Lessons in these areas are designed to help citizens gain knowledge they can use to improve their lives.

Please contact the Franklin Parish Extension Office for more information.

Family Development strengthens families. Programs are offered to train parents and child care providers in quality care-giving practices, child development, guidance and communication.

Nutrition and Health improves the health of youth and families. Programs are offered to help clients make wise food and lifestyle choices that fit personal needs and help families enjoy healthier lives.

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