Staff Learn Strategies for Working With Expecting Mothers

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Table for Two is a curriculum designed to educate mothers on how to use nutrition to care for themselves and their baby during and after pregnancy, reducing the risk of infant mortality. Pregnant women are empowered with the tools needed to provide healthy meals and make healthy choices to reduce the risk of birth defects and low birth weight. This curriculum from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is engaging and creates an environment where mothers can ask questions and gain support for their peers.

Staff seated at a table in the Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchen

Staff gathered on campus at the Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens to gain knowledge pertaining to working with mothers. This training equipped staff with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively implement this curriculum, fostering a positive and engaging learning experience.

Women discuss foods around a table.

 A woman demonstrates a recipe.