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Serving children with special health care needs: Nutrition services and employee training needs in the school lunch program  [1991]

Gandy, L.T. (Mississippi State Department of Health, Hattiesburg, MS); Yadrick, M.K.; Boudreaux, L.J.; Smith, E.R.;

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Data regarding the provision of nutrition services to children with special health care needs through child nutrition programs are limited. Objectives of this study were to determine the types of dietary modifications provided for these children in Mississippi school districts and to assess knowledge and training needs of school foodservice workers responsible for serving children with special health care needs

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Journal of the American Dietetic Association (USA)

ISSN : 0002-8223