Register for our annual spring conference for Early Childcare providers on April 30 from 8:30 am-2:30 pm and earn up to 4.5 credit hours!
The summer-long scavenger hunt is back for its eight annual year and is a fun way to keep your family excited about staying active throughout the summer. Park Hop creates a great opportunity to explore the 15+ different parks in the Greenville/Spartanburg area with clues to solve a question at each park. Clues are now available in Spanish as well!
LiveWell At Early Childhood is embarking on an expansion of our great work with Early Childcare Centers, to help make the healthy choice the easy choice where we learn and play! If you are a childcare provider, or if your child is being served by a childcare provider, and are interested in improving healthy eating and active living best practices, then consider encouraging you early childcare center to join Palmetto HEALthie Start!
Preschoolers, students and teachers are able to make the healthy choice the easy choice at early childhood centers, schools and out of school time programs. Two early childhood centers, 28 schools and 22 afterschool/summer camps were recognized the Second Annual Wellies on Thursday, September 19 at the Bon Secours St Francis Wellness Arena.
On Thursday, September 19 at the Bon Secours St. Francis Wellness Arena, LiveWell Greenville hosted second annual Wellies! Close to 300 people celebrated 82 partners for adopting 1,415 healthy eating and active living policies, systems and environments impacting approximately 53,400 individuals.
Know anyone who participates in SNAP? Uses sidewalks or the Swamp Rabbit Trail? Attends a summer camp? Register to participate and learn ways to advocate for healthy eating and active living (HEAL) on a local and state level. Many of LiveWell's coalition partners implement, utilize, and/or connect multiple services that increase access to healthy eating and active living for Greenville residents of ALL ages.
LiveWell Greenville is proud to recognize the following eight early childhood providers, who have participated in a two- year pilot with the Go NAP SACC program, for their efforts in providing heathy eating and active living opportunities for the children they serve!
LiveWell Greenville has recently completed a 2 year pilot project with Early Childhood providers to create a culture of health for Greenville’s youngest citizens by implementing policy, systems, and environmental…
Despite wanting to do what’s best for students’ health, many schools lack the necessary resources to implement health and wellness practices that help students eat better and stay physically active.
On Saturday, February 10th, 99 early childhood teachers attended a conference to learn from national and local experts on research-based best practices on how to implement nutrition and physical activity…