SELF-ASSESSMENTS

Self-Assessments help child care providers compare their practices to best-practice standards based on the most up-to-date research. Go NAPSACC’s best-practice standards for child care programs can help children up to age 5 develop healthy habits for eating, physical activity, and oral health. The Go NAPSACC self-assessment is the first step toward change. Go NAPSACC’s provider tools allow child care providers to complete and save their self-assessments online, then continue through the 5 Steps of Go NAPSACC by setting goals, creating action plans, and using favorite tips and materials to guide them along the way.

Each self-assessment includes specific how-to instructions on the first page.

Go NAPSACC Self-Assessments – Centers, School-based, Head Start

Go NAPSACC Self-Assessments – Family Child Care Homes

Referencing Go NAPSACC Self-Assessments

Please use the following citation when referencing the Nutrition and Physical Activity self-assessments:

Ward D, Morris E, McWilliams C, Vaughn A, Erinosho T, Mazzuca S, Hanson P, Ammerman A, Neelon S, Sommers J, Ball S. (2014). Go NAPSACC: Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care, 2nd Edition. Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and Department of Nutrition, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Please use the following citation when referencing the Oral Health self-assessment:

Ward D, Morris E, Vaughn A, Stebelton M, McWilliams C, Rozier RG, White BA, Close K. (2016). Go NAPSACC: Oral Health Self-Assessment, 1st Edition. Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and Department of Nutrition, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Adapting the Go NAPSACC Self-Assessments

If you are interested in adapting any or all of the Go NAPSACC self-assessments for a community-based or research project, please contact us for guidance.

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