Community Health & Wellness
Worksite Wellness (Working Well); Lectures
Lectures available in either one hour or half hour increments.
Am I at Risk? - - Risk Factor Awareness Talking to Your Doctor About Bone Density Testing
The Good (HDL), The Bad (LDL), and the Ugly (Fats) - Learn about cholesterol and how you can control your risk of coronary artery disease (cholesterol screenings available).
Healthy Heart and Lungs (Numerous Lectures)
Loving Your Heart - Learn the risk factors and identify those you can change.
Fighting Heart Disease – Treatments for Triumph
Back At Work – Fit For Work Learn the importance of abdominal strength, hamstring flexibility, good posture, and proper lifting techniques while caring for your back.
Back Safety and Body Preparedness - Following the OSHA Guidelines, Working Well can assess ergonomics at the workplace including workstation set-up and proper lifting techniques to name a few. Learn the importance of having your workstation “work” for you, not you for your workstation.
The Sun, UV Rays and You – The sun’s damaging UV Rays can affect us year round. The Working Well Staff in conjunction with the American Cancer Society can provide your workplace with this powerful lecture and a skin cancer awareness screening. This program is ideal for “outdoor-industrial athletes.”
What About Me? - Learn the cancer risk factors and how you can modify your risk.
Cancer theory(ies) – What we know, what you can do about it.
National Safety Council Bloodborne Pathogens Program is consistent with current OSHA recommendations. (Not available in half-hour session).
It Could Happen To You - Learn to improve your diabetes I.Q., minimizing your risk, managing your disease (Paired well with glucose screenings).
Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type (F.I.T.T- ing in Exercise) - Fitting Fitness Into Your Life - Learn the short- and long-term benefits of being fit and ways to incorporate fitness into your already busy lifestyle, hourly sessions only.
Anatomy of a Workout – Getting Started, Staying Motivated - Let’s face it, starting an exercise routine has more to do with a lack of motivation then a lack of information. This fun and interactive lecture is geared toward helping individuals get started and stay motivated toward exercise.
Functional Fitness - Learn how to train the body for real-life activities and positions.
You Are What You Eat - Learn healthy eating habits, the right foods for you, how to shop at the market, and how to read food labels.
High Protein Diets – Controversy, Facts and Fiction
“Bone” Appetite – Learn the connection between healthy eating, exercise and healthy bones (bone mineral density testing is available).
You Are What You Drink – This program is designed to teach the importance of proper hydration for the industrial athlete.
Women's/Men's Health Issues
Taking Care of You - Breast cancer, heart disease, menopause and prostate health.
Take Care of Your Health Like You Take Care of Your Car – Specific to men’s health
Hand Washing Screening and Lecture with Glow Germ© - This interactive session gives a visual demonstration to show when improper cleaning or hand washing has taken place. It is also used to demonstrate contamination and transmission of germs.
When You Can’t Light Up - Techniques to help smokers cope in a smoking restricted environment.
Freedom from Smoking Program– American Lung Association’s 7 Session Quit Smoking Program
Lightening Your Load - Learn tips on coping with stress, what to do when stressed and practice relaxation techniques.
Simplify Your Life – Time is of the essence, learn how to manage it.
Sandwich Generation - Designed to help participants caught between work, while raising a family and taking care of aging parents, AND regaining balance in his/her life.