(1) Local agency staff will provide participants with nutrition services developed and defined in the state plan, including the following:
(a) a complete nutrition assessment including hematological and anthropometric measures as indicated;
(b) CPA-identified nutrition risk code(s);
(c) CPA-assigned food package based on participant age, need, category, and preference;
(d) CPA-developed care plan to include documentation of participant goals, frequency of follow up, referrals, and plan for future education needs;
(e) breastfeeding education, promotion, and support for participants as appropriate; and
(f) at least four nutrition education contacts per annual certification or two education contacts per six-month certification, to be offered approximately every quarter.