Wellspot Location Details

ABC Children's Learning Academy
WellSpot Type: Child Care Center
WellSpot Level: Level Two
Address: 1805 Dallas Dr., Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Phone Number: 225-927-6169

Tobacco-Free Site

The foundation for WellSpot designation is centered on tobacco-free environments.  A tobacco-free policy prohibits use of all tobacco products on an organization’s property.  This includes tobacco in all forms, as well as any type of smoking device.

This WellSpot has implemented a tobacco-free policy.

Promotion of LA Tobacco Quitline

Promotion of cessation services available in the state is key to assisting individuals in their attempt to quit.  It is important to make these services known so tobacco users know where to go to get help in their quit attempts.

This WellSpot has met all the requirements regarding promotion of the LA Tobacco Quitline.

Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace

According to the Louisiana Breastfeeding Coalition, Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplaces provide:

  • Reasonable break time for working mothers to pump breast milk as needed throughout the day
  • One of more permanent breastfeeding rooms, or a clean, private, and safe space with an outlet (other than a toilet stall) that mothers can use for lactation when needed
  • A working sink near the breastfeeding location where mothers can clean pumping equipment
  • The lactation support (a place to pump and break time) is communicated to all current and future employees

This WellSpot has a breastfeeding friendly policy and provides the above support for nursing mothers.

5-2-1-0 Partner

The 5-2-1-0 program is adapted from the evidence-based 5-2-1-0 program developed by the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center.

     5-2-1-0 stands for:
     5 or more fruits and vegetables per day
     2 or less hours of recreational screen time per day
     1 or more hour of physical activity per day
     0 sodas or sweetened beverages per day

This WellSpot promotes the 5-2-1-0 program in at least two ways in its facility.

Healthy Vending

WellSpot designation encourages organizations to help “make the healthy choice the easy choice” at their facility.  Implementing healthy vending makes healthy snack options more readily available.  State vending guidelines define healthy items as having 250 calories or less, 35% or less total calories from fat (excluding nuts and seeds), 10% or less total calories from saturated fat, 30g or less sugars, and 360mg or less sodium. 

This WellSpot has certified that at least 50% of their vending machine items meet healthy vending guidelines.

Promotion of Self-Assessment Tools 

WellSpots are asked to promote self-assessment tools that assess an individual's risk for developing prediabetes or heart conditions. These self-assessment tools are critical for detecting signs and symptoms of diabetes or heart conditions in their early stages.  

This WellSpot promotes self-assessment tools for prediabetes and heart health among employees.  

 NAP SACC Participant

Child care center WellSpots are asked to implement NAP SACC at their facility. NAP SACC is a provider-based program implemented in child care centers that focuses on nutrition.  Child care centers become certified by completing the program with the help of a NAP SACC consultant.

This WellSpot has received a letter of participation for  NAP SACC.

Go NAPSACC Self-Assessment

Go NAPSACC is an easy-to-use online or in-person tool for early care and education programs interested in building healthy eating and physical activity habits in children.  Go NAPSACC is based on a set of best practices – recommendations that stem from the latest research and guidelines in the field.  Centers work with a Go NAPSACC consultant to improve their practices, policies and environments to meet best practices. 

This WellSpot has completed a Go NAPSACC self-assessment and is in process of implementing their action plan.


Sun Safety Policy  

Child care center staff are a critical role model to the students/children who spend the majority of their days observing the behaviors of the adults caring for them.  Child care center WellSpots are asked to implement one of three healthy behaviors to model to the students/children they care for.  Options for modeling healthy behaviors include eliminating the consumption of sugar sweetened beverages or unhealthy snacks in front of children, sitting and eating meals and snacks with the children, or participating in active play time with the children.    

This child care center WellSpot models at least 1 healthy behavior to students/children.