Healthy Cooking Classes
Department of the Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery | Published January 19, 2016 - Deadline January 29, 2016
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORThis is a COMBINED SOLICITATION/SYNOPSIS for commercial service prepared in accordance with the format in FAR subpart 12.6 as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This solicitation has been prepared with the intent to award a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) contract, utilizing procedures under FAR part 13, for Commercial service as described in the schedule below.
The proposed contract action is for Healthy Cooking Classes.
This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. Quotations are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. PAPER COPIES OF THIS SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE. The Request for Quotation (RFQ) number N00259-16-T-0063 is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). This solicitation documents and incorporates provisions and clauses in effect through FAC 2005-84.
It is the contractor's responsibility to be familiar with the applicable clauses and provisions referenced herein. The clauses may be accessed in full text at this address: http://farsite.hill.af.mil/VFFARa.htm. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code for this acquisition is 611519; Size Standard: $15,000,000.
SERVICE ADDRESS: Naval Medical Center San Diego, 34800 Bob Wilson Dr, San Diego, CA 92134-5000.
The Government will award a firm, fixed price contract resulting from this combined synopsis/solicitation to the responsive and responsible offeror whose conforming response is determined to provide the best value to the Government, price and other factors considered.
The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers in descending order of importance:
FACTOR 1: Technical Capability; defined as the ability of the contractor to meet the performance requirements of the Statement of Work.
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Technical capability and past performance, when combined, are significant evaluation factors that will be most advantageous to the Government. Contractors who do not meet both of the first two factors will not undergo a price evaluation.
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CLIN 0001, Healthy Cooking Class- BASE YEARThe instructor will provide 36 units of healthy cooking classes with an option for 10 additional units of classes. Each unit will consist of 3 hours. Services are to be performed in accordance with the Statement of Work. Quantity: (46), Unit of Issue: UnitsPeriod of performance: 2/01/16-12/31/2016.
Unit Price: $___________ Total CLIN Price: $_marker___________
CLIN 0002, Healthy Cooking Class for Wounded Warriors -BASE YEARThe instructor will provide 52 units of healthy cooking classes annually. Each unit will consist of 2.5 hours. Services are to be performed in accordance with the Statement of Work. Quantity: (52), Unit of Issue: UnitsPeriod of performance: 2/01/16-12/31/2016.
Unit Price: $___________ Total CLIN Price: $___________
CLIN 1001, Healthy Cooking Class - OPTION YEAR 1The instructor will provide 36 units of healthy cooking classes with an option for 10 additional units of classes. Each unit will consist of 3 hours. Services are to be performed in accordance with the Statement of Work. Quantity: (46), Unit of Issue: UnitsPeriod of performance: 1/01/17-12/31/2017.
Unit Price: $___________ Total CLIN Price: $___________
CLIN 1002, Healthy Cooking Class for Wounded Warriors - OPTION YEAR 1The instructor will provide 52 units of healthy cooking classes annually. Each unit will consist of 2.5 hours. Services are to be performed in accordance with the Statement of Work. Quantity: (52), Unit of Issue: UnitsPeriod of performance: 1/01/17-12/31/2017.
Unit Price: $___________ Total CLIN Price: $___________
CLIN 2001, Healthy Cooking Class - OPTION YEAR 2The instructor will provide 36 units of healthy cooking classes with an option for 10 additional units of classes. Each unit will consist of 3 hours. Services are to be performed in accordance with the Statement of Work. Quantity: (46), Unit of Issue: UnitsPeriod of performance: 1/01/18-12/31/2018.
Unit Price: $___________ Total CLIN Price: $___________
CLIN 2002, Healthy Cooking Class for Wounded Warriors OPTION YEAR 2The instructor will provide 52 units of healthy cooking classes annually. Each unit will consist of 2.5 hours. Services are to be performed in accordance with the Statement of Work. Quantity: (52), Unit of Issue: UnitsPeriod of performance: 1/01/18-12/31/2018.
Unit Price: $___________ Total CLIN Price:$___________
This solicitation incorporates the following FAR and DFARS Clauses/Provisions: 52.204-7 Central Contractor Registration (FEB 2012)52.204-13 Central Contractor Registration - Maintenance (JUL 2013)52.212-1 Instruction to Offerors-Commercial Items (APR 2014)52.212-2, Evaluation - Commercial Items (JAN 1999), 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items (MAR 2015)52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items (DEC 2014)52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive orders-Commercial Items (MAR 2015)52.219-28 Post Award Small Business Program Representation (APR 2012)52.222-3 Convict Labor (JUN 2007) 52.222-19 Child Labor -- Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies (JAN 2006) 52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (FEB 1999)52.222-26 Equal Opportunity (MAR 2002) 52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (JUN 1998)52.222-50 Combating Trafficking in Persons (MAR 2015) (22 U.S.C.) 52.223-18 Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging While Driving (Aug 2011)(E.O. 13513)52.225-13 Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (FEB 2006)52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (OCT 2003)
52.222-41 Service Contract Labor Standards52.237-2 Protection of Government Buildings, Equipment, and Vegetation52.252-2 CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (FEB 1998) This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these address (es):
http://farsite.hill.af.mil/ (End of clause)252.203-7000 Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials252.204-7008 Compliance with Safeguarding Covered Defense Information Controls252.204-7012 (Dev) Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting (Oct 2015)252.211-7003 ITEM UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION AND VALUATION (DEC 2013)252.225-7001 Buy American and Balance of Payment Program (DEC2012) (41U.S.C. chapter 83, E.O. 10582252.225-7002 Qualifying Country Sources as Subcontractors (Apr 2003)252.225-7048 Export-Controlled Items252.232-7003 Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Report (MAR 2008) (10U.S.C. 2227252.232-7006 Wide Area Workflow Payment Instructions (May 2013) (Provides information and instructions for submitting invoices)NMCAR SUBPART 5237.102 (90) -SERVICE CONTRACTS GENERAL
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NAVY COMMERCIAL ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM (NCACS) PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION INSTRUCTION (August 2011)
(a) In accordance with CNICNOTE 5530 dated May 2, 2011, NCACS credentialing should be established in order to avoid unnecessary delay at military installation entry control points (ECP).
(b) NCACS guidance for Vendors/Contractors to obtain a pass is accessible through the following website:
http://www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/cnrsw/installations/navbase_san_diego/om/forfo_protection/rapid_gate.html, and popular links.For more information or to enroll in the NCACS Program, call: 1.877.727.4342.For Naval Base San Diego Pass and Decal Office, call: 1.619.556.1653
(c) Vendors, contractors, suppliers and other service providers shall present their pass upon entry at ECP.
STATEMENT OF WORKHEALTHY COOKING CLASSSECTION C-1CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS1.1Scope of Work. The Contractor shall provide Healthy Cooking Classes in support of the Health and Wellness Department, Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD), and CA.
1.2 Independent Contractor. The services rendered by the Contractor are rendered in the capacity as an independent Contractor. The Government may evaluate the quality of both professional and administrative services for purposes of contract inspection and acceptance. The Government retains no direct control over professional judgments. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for any and all liability caused by the acts or omissions of its agents or employees. The Contractor shall not in any manner represent or infer that it is an instrumentality or agent of the United States Government. The Contractor shall recognize the Commander, Naval Medical Center San Diego maintains administrative and operational responsibility for all activities within the command and may take such actions as necessary to preserve and maintain the integrity of the command, subject to the limitations prescribed by law and U.S. Navy Regulations.1.3 Modifications. The Contracting Officer will designate and authorize an individual to act as Contracting Officer's Representative (COR). Any such representative appointed will be specifically designated by letter from the Contracting Officer. The COR exclusively represents the Contracting Officer in all technical phases of the work, but is not authorized to issue Change Orders, Supplemental Agreements, or direct any contract performance requiring contractual modification or adjustment. Changes in the scope of work can only be made by modification properly executed by the Contracting Officer. All observations made by persons other than the Contracting Officer or the COR are strictly advisory and shall not influence Contractor operations except for administrative requirements and responsibilities specified herein.1.4Brief Description of Services. The contractor shall provide healthy cooking classes incorporating a hands-on approach to meal planning and preparation. 1.5Quality of Service. The services specified in this Statement of Work shall be performed in accordance with established principles and ethics of the Nutritional profession. The quality and content of the class presentations will meet or exceed the current recognized standards established by the American Dietetic Association (ADA), the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (Joint Commission), the American Hospital Association (AHA) and those other professional associations that specify standards of performance for the Nutritional profession. The Registered Dietitian shall adhere to the bylaws, policies, and procedures of the medical staff of the MTF, the directives, instructions, and notices of the MTF and Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, and applicable laws and regulations.
SECTION C 2DEFINITIONSActive Duty Member. Full-time duty in uniformed service of the United States. This includes full-time training duty; annual training duty; and attendance, while in the active service, at a school designated as a service school by law or by the Secretary of the Military Department concerned. It does not include full-time National Guard Duty.American Dietetic Association. The American Dietetic Association is the nation's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. Clinical Privileges. Those elements of medical care that define the scope and limits of practice by a healthcare practitioner in a treatment facility.Commander. The individual Naval Officer who has responsibility for the operation of the medical treatment facility for which the contract is providing services. This is the Commanding Officer of the hospital.Contracting Officer. The Contracting Officer is responsible for negotiating changes in terms, conditions, or amounts cited in this contract.Contracting Officer's Representative (COR). The Government employee responsible for assuring Contractor performance through audit, documentation, and liaison with the Contracting Officer. The COR is appointed in writing by the Contracting Officer. The COR has no authority to resolve disputes or obligate funds.Contractor. That entity or its representative responsible for the delivery of the services or materials specified in this contract, as designated by contract award.Contractor Employee. For purposes of this contract, an individual employed by, or contracted by, the Contractor to provide services under this contract.Credentialing. The overall process of review and evaluation of healthcare providers' professional qualifications and demonstrated current competence for the purpose of granting delineated clinical privileges. The process involves the verification of credentials and observation of clinical skills, record keeping, ethics, professional decorum, and participation in staff meetings and professional committees. Input from the QAI/RM program is used in the review and evaluation.Credentials. Record of education, clinical experience, professional performance and continuing education that confirms that a healthcare practitioner is professionally competent to exercise the clinical privileges granted. Additionally, it includes evidence of the practitioner's physical and mental well being. The term is also used generically to include the clinical privileges granted.Credentials Verification. Confirmation from a primary source (granting agency), or a service that confirms credentials, that the information provided by the healthcare practitioner is current and correct and substantiates qualifications. Credentials verification is conducted prior to initial employment of employees.Eligible Beneficiary. Those listed in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS).
Healthy Cooking Program Manager (HCPM). The Healthy Cooking Program Manager (HCPM) is a Public Health Educator housed in the Health and Wellness Department who coordinates and facilitates the Healthy Cooking program for all active duty personnel and their beneficiaries, military retirees and civil service personnel served by the medical center. The incumbent provides administrative and educational oversight for the healthy cooking class which includes coordinating kitchen facilities, submitting yearly Statement of Work to fiscal, procuring cooking and kitchen supplies through departmental OPTAR, Wide Area Work Flow acceptor, submits final attendance roster to the Health Promotion active duty watch stander for processing and manage any additional administrative duties as assigned by the Health and Wellness Department Head.Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (Joint Commission). A national organization dedicated to improving the care, safety, and treatment of patients in healthcare facilities; publishers of the Joint Commission Accreditation Manual for Hospitals.Medical Treatment Facility (MTF). Navy hospitals or clinics, including all activities providing outpatient and/or inpatient health services for eligible beneficiaries.Member. All Eligible beneficiaries.Quality Assessment and Improvement/Risk Management. An ongoing program designed to objectively and systematically monitor and evaluate the quality and appropriateness of patient care, pursue opportunities to improve patient care, and resolve identified problems.Quality Assurance (Contract). Those actions taken by the Government to check goods or services listed on the Performance Requirements Summary to determine that they meet the requirements of the Performance Work Statement.Registered Dietitian (RD). A registered dietitian (RD) is a food and nutrition expert who has met academic and professional requirements. SECTION C-3GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY AND SERVICES. 3.1For services performed on site at the NMCSD, the government will provide, without cost to the contractor, the facility, equipment, and services listed below which the contractor shall use for the performance of this contract:3.1.1 Facility: Health and Wellness Department Kitchen, Bldg. 26, room 100 for all scheduled classes unless otherwise specified by HCPM.
3.1.2 Equipment: Cooking Utensils, Training Aids, Audiovisuals, and associated equipment required to conduct the course. 3.1.3 Services. Copy machine, fax machine, phone, and computer.3.1.4If the contractor deems that additional Government furnished property or services are required to perform, the Government will consider requests for such additional property or services. However, approval by the Government of such requests shall be contingent on available funds, in accordance with the mission of the MTF and the approval of the Commander, NMCSD. Denials of requests/delays in acquiring any additional property or services shall not be cause for Contractor nonperformance or claims under this contract. 3.1.5Government property and services furnished to the Contractor shall be for the sole purpose of performance of contract requirements. Property and services shall not be removed from the Government installation.3.1.6The Health and Wellness Scheduling Clerk shall give a class reminder call to scheduled participants on the Friday prior to the first scheduled monthly Tuesday session. The clerk will indicate on the registration roster the time and date of the reminder call, any cancellations and the number of participants who will be attending the class. The contractor shall be contacted by the HCPM with the aforementioned information for food purchasing purposes. 3.2 Orientation. The Government will provide an eight-hour Command orientation for contract employees assigned to this contract. The orientation will take place within six months of contract award. Contract employees are required to attend this 8-hour orientation. If the successful contractor has previously attended this orientation, the requirement will be waived. 3.3 Motor Vehicles. All motor vehicles operated on these installations by the contract workers shall be registered with the base security service according to applicable directives. 3.4 Identification Badge. The contract workers shall display an identification badge, which includes the contract worker's full name and professional status (furnished by the Government) on the right breast of the outer clothing. Security badges provided by the Government shall be worn when on duty. Upon termination, the contract worker will return identification badge to the COR/GPOC.SECTION C-4CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS.4.1 Supplies. The contractor shall furnish all supplies required to perform this contract except those listed as government furnished.4.2 Insurance. Prior to start of performance, the contractor shall provide to the contracting officer proof that the required insurance has been obtained. Reference is made to clause 52.228-5 "Insurance-Work on a Government Installation". The insurance requirements specified will be applicable to the contractor and any subcontractors. The contractor shall comply with the Workers Compensation Insurance Laws of the State of California.SECTION C-5SPECIFIC TASKS5.0General Principles: 5.1The Contractor shall provide services compatible with the MTF's operating capacity and equipment as determined by the Commander. 5.1.2Class (0001) Healthy Cooking Class The Contractor shall provide services on-site at the NMCSD from 1500 to 1700 on the first three Tuesday's of the month or otherwise specified by the HCPM.
Class (0002) Wounded, Ill and Injured (WII) Program Healthy Cooking Class The Contractor will teach an ongoing cooking class for the Medical Hold Patients' which include C5 patients (and their spouses) each Tuesday from 1300-1430 or otherwise specified by the Healthy Cooking Program Manager. Members do not pay an additional fee for these classes. An additional 20 classes will be conducted throughout the fiscal year based on program requirements, needs, and determined by kitchen availability. The HCPM will notify the Contractor of the times and dates of these additional classes.
5.1.3The Contractor shall perform services consistent with privileges approved by the Commander.5.2Specific Duties. The Contractor will conduct the healthy cooking classes in conjunction with the NMCSDs Healthy Cooking Program Manager (HCPM), incorporating a hands-on approach to meal planning and preparation and shall address the following:
5.2.1Introduce the stages of change model to address nutritional and lifestyle skills to aide in behavior change due to a health risk or to maintain an ongoing healthy lifestyle. 5.2.2Introduce the participant to a hands-on approach to learn simple and healthy cooking techniques and a wide variety of recipes for quick, easy, and inexpensive healthy meals.5.2.3 Provide recipe modifications that shall be lower in fat, sugar, salt, and the nutritional breakdown of all recipes used. 5.2.4 At each session, the contractor shall provide at least a ten-minute didactic lecture on at least one of the following topics:Daily Caloric NeedsGuidelines for Healthy NutritionVitamins and MineralsPortion ControlFood Trends and TechnologyDisease PreventionWeight ControlHeart Healthy EatingDiabetes Nutritional ManagementChildhood and Adolescent ObesityFamilial Attitudes about Eating, Food Selection and PreparationCalorie and nutritional modification for patient's with Physical DisabilitiesMicrowave and brown bag meal preparationSpecial Diets for Specific Disease Management NeedsRecipe adaptation for couples
5.2.5The HCPM shall perform classroom set-up prior to each class. Utensils that require set-up are:Three (3) cutting boardsKnives Measuring cups and spoonsLarge mixing bowlsNumber of pots and pans to be utilized will be determined by the selected recipe for the class5.2.6Class (1) Wounded, Ill and Injured (WII) Program Healthy Cooking Class (0001)The contractor will teach an ongoing cooking class for the Medical Hold Patients' which include C5 patients (and their spouses) each Tuesday from 1300-1430 or otherwise specified by the Healthy Cooking Program Manager. Members do not pay an additional fee for these classes. An additional 20 classes will be conducted based on program requirements and determined by kitchen availability. The HCPM will notify the Contractor of the times and dates of these additional classes. 5.2.7The contractor will assist in the cleaning of the food preparation area, wash and store all dishes and cooking utensils, sweep and mop the floor and notify the duty watch stander that the kitchen is secured.5.2.8The contractor shall report any changes to the course content or schedule to the HCPM.5.3Administration 5.3.1The Contractor is responsible for adherence to all MTF administrative procedures and instructions that apply to the Health and Wellness Department.5.3.2All records produced in the performance of this contract and all evaluations of patients are the property of, and subject to the exclusive control of, the Government. The Contractor may retain a copy of all such records or evaluations, but may not provide further copies or disclose the information from such records or evaluations to third parties. All requests from other treatment facilities or other individuals for patient records shall handled in accordance with procedures specified by MTF instructions.SECTION C 7OTHER PROVISIONS
7.0Administrative Requirements7.1Hours of operation. The Health and Wellness Department operating hours are from 0600-1800, Monday through Friday.7.1.1Contractor services will not be required on the following federally established holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. The government will not compensate the contractor for these periods of planned absences.7.2The contractor shall become acquainted with and obey all station regulations, shall perform in a manner to preclude the waste of utilities, and shall not use Government telephones for personal business. 7.3Smoking is prohibited in the facility and is restricted to designated outdoor areas.7.4Problem Employees.7.4.1The Contractor shall not allow Contractor employees whose judgment is impaired by alcohol, drugs, or other mood altering conditions to perform under this contract. The Contractor shall immediately remove such employees and inform the COR. Further, the Government reserves the right to remove any employee, who in the judgment of a licensed physician, is impaired by drugs or alcohol. The Contractor shall provide a qualified replacement employee after contact with the COR.188.8.131.52Employees with alcohol or drug abuse problems may be allowed to return to this contract only with prior Government approval.184.108.40.206The Contractor shall remove employees charged or indicted for a felony until the legal process is complete. If the legal proceeding results in a finding of not guilty on the merits of the case, the employee may be allowed to return to work. The COR shall be notified. In all other cases, the employee may be allowed to return only with prior Government approval.
7.5 Confidentiality of Information. Unless otherwise specified, all financial, statistical, personnel and/or technical data which is furnished, produced or otherwise available to the Contractor during the performance of this contract are considered confidential business information and shall not be used for purposes other than performance of work under this contract nor be released by the Contractor without prior written consent of the Commanding Officer via the COR. Any presentation of any statistical or analytical materials, or any reports based on information obtained from the studies covered by this contract, will be subject to review and approval by the Commanding Officer via the COR before publication or dissemination.7.6Disclosure of Information. Neither the Contractor nor Contractor employees shall make any disclosure regarding the contract, the MTF or MTF patients, employees or staff members without prior approval of the Commanding Officer. All inquiries from the media shall be forwarded to the MTF Public Affairs Officer. 7.7The Contractor and Contractor employees shall make no use of any Government facilities or other Government property in connection with outside employment.
7.8The Secretary of the Navy has determined that the illegal possession and use of drugs and paraphernalia by Contractor employees in the military setting contributes directly to military drug abuse and undermines command efforts to eliminate drug abuse among military personnel. The policy of the Department of the Navy (including the Marine Corps) is to deter and detect drug offenses by contract employees on military installations. Measures to be taken to identify drug offenses on military installations, and to prevent introduction of illegal drugs and paraphernalia, include routine, random inspections of vehicles on entry or exit, with drug detection dog teams, when available, and random inspection of personal possessions on entry or exit. When there is probable cause to believe that a Contractor employee on board a Naval or Marine Corps installation has been engaged in use, possession or trafficking of drugs, that employee may be restricted or detained for the period necessary until he can be removed from the installation or can be turned over to local law enforcement authorities having jurisdiction, as appropriate. When illegal drugs are discovered in the course of an inspection or search of a vehicle operated by a Contractor employee, the employee and vehicle may be detained for a reasonable period of time necessary to turn the employee and the vehicle over to appropriate civil law enforcement officials, and action may be taken to suspend, revoke, or deny clinical privileges as well as installation driving privileges. Implicit with the acceptance of this contract is the agreement by the Contractor and his employees to comply with all Federal statutes, laws and regulations, including those regulations issued by the commander of the military installation.
7.9The Contractor shall comply with all fire prevention measures prescribed in the installation fire protection regulations that are in or may be put into effect during the course of this contract. Copies of these regulations are on file in the office of the Head, Operating Management Department or with the COR. The Contractor shall be liable for loss of Government property attributed to negligent or willful misconduct of the Contractor or his employees, including failure to comply with the fire prevention measures prescribed in the aforementioned regulations. At the close of operations each day, the Contractor shall be required to make a thorough inspection in each work area to determine that all necessary safeguards relative to probable fire hazards are in effect. The Contractor shall familiarize his employees with the aforementioned fire regulations, location of fire reporting telephones near work sites, and correct fire reporting procedures. The Contractor and his employees shall be cognizant of and observe all requirements for handling and storing combustible supplies and materials, daily disposal of combustible waste, trash, etc.
SECTION C-13PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS13.0 Contractor Qualifications13.1 Must be a Registered Dietitian at least five years and hold a Master of Science Degree in Dietetics. 13.1.2 Experience in teaching healthy cooking and education classes to all active duty and eligible beneficiaries. Experience with working with patients' who have special dietary needs related to a variety of disease states and wound healing. Experience working with eligible military and their beneficiaries who exhibit physical limitations such as the use of prosthetic devices and other medical equipment that aide in the person's mobility, such as wheelchairs and walkers. Experience with providing food demonstrations and outreach nutritional programs in a military setting. Experience with food safety and quantity food production. Must be able to provide recipe modifications that shall be lower in fat, sugar, salt, and denote the nutritional breakdown of all recipes used. 13.1.3 Ability to teach healthy cooking techniques and basic nutrition information to patients, and facilitate group discussion surrounding relationships, with special focus on adaptation to the service member's injuries and health changes, using food as a springboard for couples
interpersonal dynamics. Specifically, experience teaching members with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury how to adapt recipes to meet their individual needs. 13.1.4 Ability to communicate orally and in writing.