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Arizona Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
Together We Can - Be the Difference
"It takes each of us to make a difference for all of us." - Jackie Mutcheson, teacher
You can be the difference in your clinic or agency! Encouraging others, providing feedback and practicing skills are all ways you can make a difference.
Becoming a Champion
Not sure where to begin? Look for the PCS Champions course on the LMS Catalog. This course will provide info on the role of a Champion and tips for working with fellow staff.
Join the AZ PCS Champion Group
The PCS Champions are a group of dedicated WIC staff who strive to provide quality services to AZ families every day. The group meets once per month via iLinc for a workshop and sharing session.
Information used in previous Champion calls are listed below:
|November||iLinc||Slideshow||Breastfeeding: Getting the conversation started when no one is talking!|
|September||iLinc||Slideshow||Where Should We Go?|
|August||iLinc||Slideshow||Refugee Women & Children's Health|
|July||iLinc||Slideshow||Let's Reflect on OARS Skills|
|June||iLinc||Slideshow||GTHM and Behavior Change Territory|
|May||iLinc||Slideshow||Baby Behavior In-Service and Check-In|
|March||iLinc||Slideshow||The when "everything is fine" appointment|
|February||iLinc||Slideshow||Gift of Love. Supporting new moms and offering referrals|
|January||iLinc||Slideshow||New Year, New "Invites". Catering to your participants|
|December||iLinc||Slideshow||Give the gift of a Behavior Change Kill|
|November||iLinc||Slideshow||Guest Speaker Molly Kellogg, RD, LCSW|
|October||iLinc||Slideshow||Group Classes; how to conduct, which topics, finding space, adapting|
|September||iLinc||Slideshow||Bridging Conversations; When Tangents Surface|
|August||iLinc||Slideshow||Psst Pass It On; Nutrition Assessment, WIC codes, what works, what doesn’t, what you have the need to share|
|July||iLinc||Slideshow||Olympians of Change; TGIF, changing to adapt clinic flow, thinking outside the box|
Note: Slideshows are provided in PowerPoint files. Contact us for the complete PDF files.
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