The OPHA is a not‐for‐profit member‐based association that provides leadership in advancing public health in Ontario. Our Association represents six public and community health disciplines and our membership represents many public health and community health professionals from Ontario. To learn more about us, our structure, strategic direction, or membership, please visit the following links:

The OPHA provides leadership on issues affecting the public's health and works to strengthen the impact of people who are active in public and community health throughout Ontario. For more information, please visit the following pages:

The OPHA creates and maintains advocacy initiatives with a province-wide perspective. For more information, please visit the following pages:

This section includes the latest news about the OPHA and its programs, upcoming OPHA events, and other news of interest to the public health sector. For more information, please visit the following pages:

The OPHA leads the development of expertise in public and community health through collaboration, consultation and partnerships. Learn more about our Constituent Societies here.

The OPHA leads the development of expertise in public and community health through collaboration, consultation and partnerships. Learn more about our Constituent Societies here.

The OPHA Member’s Lounge is a dedicated space reserved for our OPHA members to store and access important information and exclusive resources. The Lounge includes the following:

Food Skills for Families

Food Literacy Food Skills for Families is a hands-on curriculum based program that makes healthy eating, shopping and cooking easy, quick and fun. Diabetes Canada offers this successful six-session program to teach people how to make healthy meals, snacks and beverage choices and to gain confidence in the kitchen. Programs are delivered to targeted, at risk populations. Programs available for targeted populations such as Seniors, Aboriginals and New Immigrants.
Author:
Diabetes Canada
Category:
Example/Component, Template
Topics:
Food Literacy, Food Preparation & Handling, Food Security & Access to Food, Health Equity, Healthy Eating
Setting:
Home, Community-at-large, Community Garden, Community Kitchen
Age:
Children (4-11), Youth (12-17), Adults (18-64), Older Adults (65 and over)
Population:
First Nations, Inuit & Metis, Immigrant, Low Income
Language:
English
Jurisdiction:
National