Terrence Steyer, M.D.
Chair, Department of Family Medicine
The Family Physician's Guide to: Resources of the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service
Did you know . . .
The Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service is a valuable community resource to you in the care and management of your patients and their families? Extension provides a wealth of research-based information promoting opportunities for healthy living and growing. Delivery of programs includes seminars, lectures, workshops, demonstrations, tours, special events, publications, telephone requests, referrals, and organized groups.
In South Carolina, Extension works hand-in-hand with citizens helping them build better lives through the dissemination of practical, useful information on matters within its prescribed areas of responsibility; agricultural and natural resources, home economics, 4-H and youth, and community development programs.
Extension seeks to help people improve their skills, earning capacities, nutrition and health, and attain needed educational, personal and social attributes. This results in family stability that helps raise the standard of living. Leadership opportunities encourage people to realize their full potential as responsible citizens and multiply the efforts of Extension professionals.
The Cooperative Extension Service exists to improve the lives of its clientele by helping people to help themselves. Some areas where the resources of your Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service office can be of help with your patients and their families include:
AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES
FOOD AND NUTRITION
FAMILY LIFE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
4-H & YOUTH (AGES 9-19)