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  • Racine County Family Resources | Cooperative Extension
    that will be held on Thursday September 27 from 6 00 p m to 8 00 p m At the event parents and children will have the opportunity Read More Child Care Parenting Resources Child Care children Food and Nutrition parent education Racine County UW Extension Racine Kenosha Nutrition Education Program young children Racine County UW Extension 2011 Annual Report Now Available 30 Jul 2012 Racine County UW Extension s 2011 Annual Report is now available online In 2011 educators made 21 885 educational contacts in the program areas of Nutrition Family Living 4 H Youth Development Agriculture and Horticulture This year s annual report also highlights the valuable contributions volunteers make to our programming In 2011 Racine County UW Extension outreach efforts benefited from nearly 40 000 hours of volunteer Read More Uncategorized Annual Report Racine County UW Extension New Child Care Training Opportunities Posted 25 Jun 2012 Racine County UW Extension has released its July August September 2012 Early Learning Series Calendar The 4Cs for Children has also announced summer and fall trainings for Shaken Baby Syndrome and SIDS YoungStar has also posted new training opportunities Visit the child care page for more information Read More Uncategorized June Child Care Professional Development Opportunities Posted 07 Jun 2012 New professional development opportunities for child care providers have been posted on the Child Care page KAEYC has also annouced the addition of two networking groups See the child care page for more details Read More Uncategorized Family Smart Kid Friendly Summer 2012 17 May 2012 Family Smart Kid Friendly has released its summer 2012 programming Summer programs include Early Learning Family Programs and Parenting Education Click here for more information Read More Parenting Resources parenting young children Nibbled to Death by Ducks 05 Apr 2012 Early Learning Series presents Nibbled

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  • Southwest Wisconsin Youth Survey – Cooperative Extension
    the parent teen relations and Read More Teens and Leadership Are leaders born or made Searching the definitions of leadership can help answer this age old question One definition is the ability to influence and support others in a positive manner for a common goal It is a set of skills and attitudes that can be learned and developed that will help the leader influence Read More Teens and Positive Youth Development Indicators Positive youth development indicators are factors that help protect a teen from engaging in risky behavior and promote positive development Based on responses from the 2009 Southwest Wisconsin Youth Survey SWYS of 5 747 7th 12th graders a majority of southwest Wisconsin teens report high levels of each of the 31positive youth development indicators that were Read More Teens and Conflict Conflict can be both positive leading to new ways of thinking about things and interesting debates or negative leading to anger and even violence Fifty seven percent 57 of females report they would respond to being pushed or hit by another student non violently Sixty four percent 64 of males would respond to being pushed or hit by Read More Parents Make A Difference Newsletter Active Teen Everyone needs to keep moving to keep looking and feeling good Children and adolescents should be encouraged to get at least 60 minutes of moderate physical activity every day However youth today are busy According to SWYS results 28 of 10th 12th graders spend 10 or more hours per week in a job To learn more about Read More Teens and Sexual Abuse Would you know a sexual abuser if you saw one Based on national statistics the answer would be no Those who abuse look and act just like everyone else and are often people the victim knows

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  • Tax Credits for Low and Moderate Income Families
    to claim them This website is intended to increase awareness and use of available tax credits among low and moderate income families in Wisconsin It is designed as a resource for Cooperative Extension educators service providers employers and others interested in the economic well being of Wisconsin families It includes detailed information about key tax credits ideas and resources for outreach links to help locate free tax assistance links to relevant tax forms and instructions statistics on use of tax credits and a variety of other information Information about key tax credits Federal Earned Income Tax Credit Wisconsin Earned Income Tax Credit Wisconsin Homestead Credit Outreach goals strategies and resources Goals of a tax credit outreach campaign Outreach strategies Resources for outreach promotion and tax assistance Find free tax assistance This website is an educational resource only For specific tax questions seek professional tax assistance or contact the IRS hotline at 1 800 tax 1040 Last modified on 1 15 2016 EIC Federal Federal EIC Eligibility and Benefits EIC Wisconsin Homestead Credit VITA Sites Resources Outreach Strategies Outreach Goals Contact University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin

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  • UWEX Parenting Newsletters – Cooperative Extension
    Report of Impact Researched Impacts Licensing Information Ordering Information Distribution Essentials Distribution Problems Using the Newsletter Inserts Newsletter Evaluation Economic Value of the Newsletters Your Annual Report of Impact University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn

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  • Wisconsin Connections | 
    impact families A number of state and federal assistance programs are available to promote family economic well being These programs are generally targeted to households with limited incomes to assist with child care and child support acquiring food and health care and home energy Program Information Wisconsin Connections flyer 2 page PDF English and Spanish Program Overview 2 page PDF English Program Overview 2 page PDF Español The Wisconsin Connections series provides a brief overview of assistance programs in the following categories Cash Assistance and Tax Credits Child Care Child Support Food Nutrition Health Care Home Energy Each program fact sheet includes links to the administering state or federal agency and contact information for obtaining more information You may also visit the Covering Kids and Families Wisconsin website for county specific public benefits information Link to Resources Family Living Programs UW Extension Cooperative Extension Your County Cooperative Extension Office Managing Personal Finances in Tough Times Covering Kids and Families Wisconsin County Tools Access Wisconsin Gov 211 Wisconsin HealthCare Gov Contact Send us an email University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them in transforming

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  • Wisconsin Homeowner Preservation Education
    of the learning objectives and core competencies of the WHPE curriculum Budgeting Basics learn how tracking income debts and expenses and creating a spending plan can save money Making Ends Meet supplementing your income through benefit programs tax credits and tax filing Credit Management Counseling learn the ins and outs of credit how it is tracked and how to repair bad credit Understanding Default Foreclosure what happens after you miss a payment and the legal process of foreclosure Keeping Organized how long should you keep your files and records Maintaining Your Home shedding light on the different aspects of owning a home Refinancing a key way to help minimize your debts particularly your mortgage Hopefully this curriculum is able to provide the knowledge and resources needed to support families at risk of foreclosure and help save and preserve many Wisconsin homes The WHPE Curriculum Design Team University of Wisconsin Extension Family Living Programs Acknowledgements Overview Budgeting Basics Making Ends Meet Credit Management Counseling Understanding Default Foreclosure Keeping Organized Maintaining Your Home Refinancing University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them in transforming lives and

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  • Interactive Online Learning Initiative for Healthy Aging – Creating Aging-Friendly Communities in Wisconsin
    and disseminate research into effective and sustainable public health programs and policies throughout the nation Below are the tools and resources that were developed by HAN Environment and Policy Change EPC Resources Introduction to Environmental and Policy Change for Healthy Aging Optimal Living Environments for Healthy Aging Integrated Approaches to Mobility Emerging Environmental Issues in Healthy Aging Policy practice and partnerships will be addressed as well as special issues Panelists and speakers are national and community experts in aging planning policy universal design transportation public health environmental protection and community change Brain Health Resources Cognitive Health Managing Depression The Healthy Brain Initiative A National Public Health Road Map to Maintaining Cognitive Health Health Promotion for Older Adults Primer Categorized Dementia Friendly Design Considerations Mobility Transportation Resources Post navigation Previous Creating Community as We Grow Older Innovative Grassroots Efforts A new book With a Little Help from Our Friends by author Beth Baker highlights grassroots efforts for creating aging friendly living arrangements Baker who was interviewed on Wisconsin Public Radio s show Central Time on Friday September 18 offers numerous examples of small communities that provide innovative living arrangements for seniors Intentional communities neighbors helping neighbors affordable housing co ops and multi generational families are a few of the appr Enjoy our recent posts Interactive Online Learning Initiative for Healthy Aging Creating Community as We Grow Older Innovative Grassroots Efforts Topics Aging Friendly Community Examples 18 Aging Friendly Policy 5 Assessments on Readiness 10 Books 3 Civic Engagement 9 Dementia Friendly 4 Demographic Transitions 2 Design Considerations 17 Health 8 Housing 18 Intergenerational Concerns 4 Mobility Transportation 10 Reports and Surveys 19 Resources 14 Senior Centers 1 Resources CDC Healthy Aging Research Network Creating Aging Friendly Communities Checklist of Essential Features of Aging Friendly Cities Partners for Livable Communities The AdvantAge

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/agingfriendlycommunities/2015/12/02/an-interactive-online-learning-initiative-on-environmental-and-policy-change-for-healthy-aging/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Contact Us – Financial Coaching Strategies
    Financial Coaching Newsletter Fall 2014 Financial Coaching Newsletter Overview of Financial Coaching Brief Financial Coaching Newsletter View past issues here Sign up for future issues here Select Coaching Newsletter as one of your interests University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative

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