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Program Description .......................................................................................1 Getting Started.................................................................................................1 Budget..................................................................................................................... 1 . Timeline................................................................................................................... 1 . Creating.a.Schedule............................................................................................ 2 Activity.Ideas........................................................................................................ 2 Marketing Materials ........................................................................................ 4 Wellness.Week.Promotion................................................................................ 5 Sample.E-mails..................................................................................................... 5 Program Materials ........................................................................................... 7 Sample.Schedule................................................................................................. 8 . Daily.Health.Quotes............................................................................................ 9 Daily.Health.Facts..............................................................................................10 . Customized.Bingo............................................................................................... 11 Generic.Bingo...................................................................................................... 12 Sudoku................................................................................................................... 13 Physical.Activity.Tracker..................................................................................14 Stair.Tracker......................................................................................................... 15 . Stair.Coupons......................................................................................................16 . Kickoff.Day.Flyer................................................................................................ 17 . Sample.Schedule.Flyer..................................................................................... 18 . additional Resources ...............................................................................19 Health.Fair.Services..........................................................................................20 Health.&.Wellness.Education......................................................................... 22 Incentive.Ideas. .................................................................................................. 24 . Evaluations.......................................................................................................... 25 .

For questions or comments, please contact SelectHealth Health and Wellness Phone: 801-442-6759 E-mail: [email protected]

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PRoGRam descRiPtion

This program provides an opportunity for your work site to focus on health and wellness topics for one week. It is a great way to promote wellness initiatives that your company plans to implement during the year.

GettinG staRted

Before you offer a wellness week, it is important to develop a plan for implementation. Listed below are some items to consider when creating your plan:

·. Determine.your.budget ·. Determine.staff.availability ·. Determine.the.time.of.year.for.your.wellness.week ·. Determine.the.length.of.your.wellness.week.(e.g.,.a.full. week.or.just.a.few.days) ·. Create.a.plan ·. Advertise ·. Conduct.your.wellness.week

budget

Determining a budget is one of the first steps in planning your wellness week. You can run a successful event on any budget. Keep the following in mind as you develop your budget:

·. Advertising/Decorating ·. Prizes ·. Activities ·. Handouts ·. Equipment

timeline

Your wellness week can be any time of the year and for as many days as you wish. It's better to choose dates that allow most employees to participate. Consider the weather if you will be offering outdoor activities.

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creating a schedule

You have your budget and your dates--now it is time to create the schedule of activities. Ask yourself what you want to communicate to your employees. What type of activities do they enjoy doing? Will you have your wellness week centered around a theme?

activity ideas

· Wellness Classes

Offer health and wellness education classes one or two times during the week. (See a list of available SelectHealth health and wellness education classes under "Additional Resources.")

· Mini Classes

Offer 15- to 20-minute classes that employees can do during their breaks:

>. Aerobics >. Abdominal.workout >. Stretching >. Yoga.or.Pilates® >. Weights >. Stress.Management · Walking Trail

Create a walking trail at your facility and develop activities that encourage employees to use it during the week:

>. Place.educational.trail.markers.on.the.walking. trail..Have.employees.complete.a.quiz.to.be. eligible.for.prizes >. Have.your.CEO.or.other.top.management. participate.with.employees >. Create.a.competition.between.departments. or.floors.to.see.which.team.has.the.most..

1. theme ideas

·. Tropical ·. Holiday ·. Complete.Health ·. Nutrition ·. Physical.Activity ·. Work/Life.Balance

employees.walking.the.trail · Physical Activity Competition >. Hold.a.physical.activity.competition.for.your. employees.during.the.week..Activities.could.include. sit-ups,.push-ups,.running/walking.a.mile,.or.a.hula. hoop.or.jump.rope.contest >. Award.prizes.for.each.competition · Fitness Friday

2. kickoff ideas

·. Distribute.a.flyer.with.a.list.of.the.week's.activities. and.a.piece.of.fruit.or.a.granola.bar ·. Use.high-traffic.areas.to.promote.activities.and. distribute.healthy.snacks ·. Start.off.the.week.with.a.wellness.class.on.a.healthrelated.topic.and.include.information.about.the.week ·. Provide.a.healthy.lunch.and.distribute.a.list.of.the. week's.activities ·. Start.the.week.with.a.health.fair ·. If.you.have.an.on-site.cafeteria,.partner.to.offer. healthier.choices.throughout.the.week

Instead of a competition, offer a variety of fun activities for employees. These can include the following:

>. Croquet >. Volleyball >. Frisbee®.golf >. An.obstacle.course >. Dance.Dance.RevolutionTM.or.WiiTM.Fit

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· Stairwell Prizes

· Week-Long Challenges >. Bingo.Challenge.­.employees.complete.a.bingo. card.of.activities.as.they.participate.during.the. week..(See.sample.under."Program.Materials.") >. Sudoku.­.employees.complete.a.sudoku.game. that.includes.the.week's.events..(See.sample. under."Program.Materials.") >. Physical.Activity.Challenge.­.employees.track. their.physical.activity.for.the.week..You.can.create. a.challenge.among.departments.or.individual. employees.or.work.to.see.how.many.minutes.your. company.can.complete.during.the.week

Encourage your employees to take the stairs by periodically hiding prizes in the stairwells. Or hide a coupon that employees redeem for prizes.

>. Stair.Tracker.­.employees.can.complete.a.tracker. to.measure.stair.usage.during.the.week..(See. sample.under."Resource.Materials.") · Health Fair

A wide variety of health information can be shared at a health fair, including biometric screenings. (A list of available SelectHealth health fair offerings is located on page 18.)

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wellness week PRomotion

Advertising your wellness week activities is important for successful participation.

Publicize your wellness week to your employees to create excitement and anticipation. This will allow employees to arrange their schedules and participate in the activities. Advertise through a variety of methods to reach the majority of your employees, such as e-mails, flyers, posters, pay check inserts, and articles in your company newsletter. (See samples under "Program Materials.") In addition to promoting your upcoming wellness week, make sure to communicate with your employees throughout that week. This will help keep them involved and increase participation in daily activities. For example, you may want to send out an e-mail informing employees of the activities for the day and include a health fact. (See samples under "Daily Health Facts.")

sample e-mails Prior to wellness week

All.Employees Wellness.Week.is.Coming!

Ever.wanted.to.challenge.your.supervisor.in.a.bench.press.contest?.Ever.wanted. to.compete.against.another.department.in.a.walking.competition?.Do.you.yearn.to. take.a.mini.nap.at.work.in.the.afternoons?.Here's.your.chance.to.do.all.of.these..Join. our.wellness.week.activities.and.have.a.healthy.time!

All.Employees Wellness.Week.is.Coming!

We're.excited.to.announce.that.Wellness.Week.is.almost.here!.. Here.are.a.few.of.the.things.you.can.anticipate: monday tuesday wednesday thursday Friday Healthy.Cooking.Demonstrations Free.Massages.and.15-minute.Yoga/ Relaxation.Breaks Walking.Trail.Competition.and.Walking. Brown.Bag Open.House.(Body.Fat,.Cholesterol,.Blood. Pressure.Testing,.and.More) Physical.Activity.Challenge.(Obstacle.Course,. . Sit-Up,.Push-Up,.and.Wall-Sit.Contest)

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sample e-mails during wellness week

All.Employees Wellness.Week

Wellness.Week.is.here..There.will.be.several.fun,.healthy.activities.for.you..Complete. the.bingo.card.that.was.left.on.your.desk.this.morning.(and.also.attached.to.this. e-mail).by.the.end.of.the.week.for.your.chance.to.win.prizes!

All.Employees Wellness.Week

To.start.the.week,.join.us.in.room.438.between.10:00.a.m..and.12:00.p.m..for.some. fresh.fruit.

All.Employees Wellness.Week

Tomorrow.we.will.offer.a.walking.trail.and.15-minute.express.workouts.that.can.be. done.in.your.work.attire.

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PRoGRam mateRials

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PRoGRam mateRials

Included in this section are materials you can use during your wellness week.

·. Wellness.week.sample.schedule ·. Daily.Health.Quotes.­.A.list.of.health-related.quotes. you.can.use.in.e-mails.or.on.flyers.to.advertise.the. week's.activities..(See.page.9.) ·. Daily.Health.Facts.­.Short.health-related.facts.that.can. be.e-mailed.to.employees.during.the.week ·. Bingo.­.Two.bingo.cards.are.available.for.you.to.use;.a. generic.one.and.one.with.blank.squares.that.you.can. customized.to.your.wellness.week.activities

·. Sudoku.­.A.game.with.wellness.words.instead.of. numbers.that.can.be.printed.for.employees.to.complete. during.the.week..(See.answers.on.page.22.) ·. Physical.Activity.Tracker.­.Encourage.your.employees. to.track.their.activity.during.the.week ·. Stair.Tracker.­.Promote.stair.usage.by.asking. employees.to.record.the.number.of.flights.of.stairs ·. Stair.Coupon.­.Place.these.coupons.in.stairwells.for. redeemable.prizes ·. Kickoff.flyer.sample

wellness week sample schedule

monday

Fruit.Distribution Healthy.Cooking. Demonstration. 11:30.a.m..and.. 1:00.p.m..in.room.438

tuesday

Free.Massages.(sign. up.for.appointment). 10:00.a.m..to.4:00. p.m..room.714 15-minute.stretching/ relaxation/yoga. breaks.11:15.a.m..to. 2:15.p.m..in.room.180

wednesday

Walking.trail. department. competition..The. department.with.the. most.participation. wins.popcorn! Walking.class. 1:30.p.m..room.206

thursday

Open.house.9:00.a.m.. to.3:00.p.m.in.room.A Have.your. cholesterol,.glucose,. blood.pressure,. cardiac.risk,.and. body.fat.tested.. Learn.about.exercise. and.nutrition,.play.a. game,.and.enter.to. win.a.prize!

Friday

Physical.activity. challenge.10:00.a.m.. to.12:00.p.m.. Push-up.and.sit-up. contest,.obstacle. course,.and.more!. Door.prizes.and.prizes. for.top.winners.in. each.category.will.be. awarded.

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daily HealtH Quotes "The reason I exercise is for the quality of life I enjoy." ­Kenneth H. Cooper "Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body; it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity." ­John F. Kennedy "Fifty years ago, people finished a day's work and needed rest. Today they need exercise." ­Anonymous "Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." ­World Health Organization, 1948 "The patient should be made to understand that he or she must take charge of his own life. Don't take your body to the doctor as if he were a repair shop." ­Quentin Regestein "When it comes to eating right and exercising, there is no "I'll start tomorrow." Tomorrow is disease." ­V.L. Allineare "Happiness lies, first of all, in health." ­George William Curtis "Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it." ­Plato "After dinner, rest awhile, after supper, walk a mile." ­Arabic Proverb "It is exercise alone that supports the spirits and keeps the mind in vigor." ­Marcus Tullius Cicero "Walking is the best possible exercise." ­Thomas Jefferson "Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness." ­Edward Stanley "The human body is made up of some four hundred muscles evolved through centuries of physical activity. Unless these are used, they will deteriorate." ­Eugene Lyman Fisk

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daily HealtH Facts

Did You Know. . ?

. . . if you have a string cheese (50 calories and 2.5 grams of fat) instead of a Snickers® bar (280 calories and 14 grams of fat) for a snack, you will be saving 230 calories and 11.5 grams of fat. . . . you can make your recipes a little healthier by substituting ½ of the flour with whole wheat flour or using applesauce instead of butter or oil. . . . most adults need seven to nine hours of sleep? Current research confirms that regular sleep plays an important part in weight management. . . . that taking the stairs burns up to five times more calories than taking the elevator. . . . if you write down your goals, you are more likely to accomplish them. Be sure to post them where you will see them each day. . . . it is important to wear sunscreen year-round. Remember to apply 30 minutes before leaving the house and reapply every two hours or after swimming or sweating. . . .one medium apple is a serving of fruit? Visit www.mypyramid.com to create your personal food pyramid. . . . that studies show that people who keep a food diary have a higher success rate of losing weight and keeping it off? Start a food tracker today. Be honest with yourself so you can see what areas need work. . . . eating saturated fat can increase your cholesterol? Saturated fats are solid at room temperature and are found in meat and dairy products. Try to choose lowfat meat and dairy. . . . that a healthy blood pressure is less than 120/80? It is important to know your numbers. Have your blood pressure checked regularly.

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wellness week

customized binGo

directions

Draw.an."X".through.each.box.you.complete.during.the.week. Complete.one.row.(up,.down,.across,.or.diagonal).or.blackout.. Turn.in.your.completed.cards.to. Name. .by. .Extension. ..

B

c ate five servings of fruits and vegetables H

I

a l tried a new healthy recipe

N

l e n Read nutrition labels on something i ate

G

G e ate a green fruit or vegetable

O

went for a walk

consumed water instead of soda today

ate fruit with breakfast

ate an orange fruit or vegetable

FRee sPace

Packed a fruit or vegetable for work

ate a healthy snack

wore sunscreen today

Participated in 30 minutes of physical activity

skipped dessert

wore my seat belt today

started my day with breakfast

drank eight glasses of water today

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wellness week

GeneRic binGo

directions

Draw.an."X".through.each.box.you.complete.during.the.week. Complete.one.row.(up,.down,.across,.or.diagonal).or.blackout.. Turn.in.your.completed.cards.to. Name. .by. .Extension. ..

B

c ate five servings of fruits and vegetables H

I

a l tried a new healthy recipe

N

l e n Read nutrition labels on something i ate Participated in 30 minutes of physical activity

G

G e ate a green fruit or vegetable

O

checked my blood pressure

went for a walk

consumed water instead of soda today

ate five servings of fruits and vegetables

ate fruit with breakfast

tried a new recipe with fruits or vegetables

ate a purple fruit or vegetable

FRee sPace

did something relaxing

ate a healthy snack

learned about a health topic

ate an orange fruit or vegetable

wore sunscreen today

Packed a fruit or vegetable for work

Participated in 30 minutes of physical activity

skipped dessert

wrote down a healthrelated goal

wore my seat belt today

started my day with breakfast

drank eight glasses of water today

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wellness week

sudoku

directions

Each.horizontal.row,.vertical.column,.and.box.must.contain.the.following.nine.words:

apple, brown bag, exercise, Fun, Games, Health, knowledge, Relax, stairs

brown bag

exercise

apple

knowledge

Health

Relax

knowledge

brown bag

Games

Fun

exercise

Fun

Games

Relax

knowledge

Fun

apple

Relax

knowledge

Health

Relax

Health

Games

brown bag

stairs

Games

brown bag

Health

stairs

apples

knowledge

apple

Fun

stairs

Relax

knowledge

Relax

knowledge

Games

brown bag

apple

Games

Fun

Health

Relax

exercise

brown bag

PHysical activity tRackeR

Use.this.tracker.to.record.the.minutes.and.type.of.activity.you.participated.in.this.week.

name

extension

turn in your completed tracker to

by

.

monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

Friday

date

/

/

PHysical activity tRackeR

Use.this.tracker.to.record.the.minutes.and.type.of.activity.you.participated.in.this.week.

name

extension

turn in your completed tracker to

by

.

monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

Friday

date

/

/

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Use.this.tracker.to.complete. 50.flights.of.stairs.

Stair Tracker

Name. Phone/E-mail.

Sta i r Co u p o n

Congratulations on taking the stairs. You have won!

Turn in this coupon to to receive your prize.

Sta i r Co u p o n

Congratulations on taking the stairs.

You have won!

Turn in this coupon to

to receive your prize.

Sta i r Co u p o n

Sta i r Co u p o n

Congratulations on taking the stairs. You have won!

Turn in this coupon to to receive your prize.

Congratulations on taking the stairs.

You have won!

Turn in this coupon to

to receive your prize.

W e L L n e S S week

kickoff day

date:

time:

Place:

Your LoGo Here

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a sample of a wellness week schedule

HEALTHY BALANCE WEEK

June 23 to 27

Monday

· Start of Bingo Week Participate in the week's activities, and mark off squares on your Bingo card for a chance to win a prize. · Fruit Distribution 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Auditoriums A & B · Self-Defense Class 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Auditorium A

Wednesday

· Preparing Healthy Meals in 25 minutes Cooking demostration 11:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Auditorium A · Stairway to Cash · Self-Defense Class 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. in Auditorium A

Thursday

· Healthy Balance Open House 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Auditoriums A & B Test your cholesterol, glucose, body fat, and blood pressure. There will also be information on care management and nutrition. Guess the calories in popular fastfood choices, turn in your paper, and be entered to win prizes!

Tuesday

· Walking Trail · 15-Minute Express Workout Classes 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Aud A & B Classes can be done in work clothes. Abs--11:00 a.m. Stability Ball--11:30 a.m. Resistance Bands--12:00 p.m. Stretching--12:30 p.m. · Stairway to Cash Find hidden prizes in the stairwells throughout the day. · Self-Defense Class 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Auditorium A

Friday

· Fit Friday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on the north lawn Get your department together and play bocce ball, ladder game, croquet, Dance Dance RevolutionTM, and more. Be entered into a drawing for participating in any game.

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additional ResouRces

healthfairSERVICES

SelectHealth cares about the health and wellness of your employees. Our free health fairs provide simple health screenings and education.

> Blood Pressure Screening and Education ­ Employees can get their

> Exercise Demonstration ­ Employees

blood pressure tested and receive personal education based on their results.

> Body Fat Analysis and Education ­

learn the proper use of a stability ball or resistance bands.

Employees can learn what their percentage of body fat is relative to their total weight. Participants will receive personal education on their results, including ways to maintain or reduce their body fat.

> Cholesterol and Glucose Screening ­

This screening provides a total cholesterol and glucose reading. Employees do not have to be fasting to participate. They will also receive personal education on their test results.

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healthfairSERVICES

> General Wellness Coaching ­ Staff will provide general wellness coaching on exercise and

nutrition. This can include information on how to start an exercise program, good nutritional choices, and how to manage weight.

> Homecare Information ­ Intermountain

Homecare representatives can answer questions on the services offered to insured employees.

> Sugar and Fat Content Displays

Sugar Display ­ Discover how many teaspoons of sugar are in some of today's popular drinks. Employees will be amazed at how much sugar they are consuming or giving to their kids. Fat Display ­ See how many teaspoons of fat are in some favorite fast food. This display illustrates the fat content in popular food at six different restaurants.

> Pharmacy Representative* ­ A SelectHealth

Sugar Display

Pharmacy Services representative can answer questions about pharmacy benefits, prescriptions, and other related topics your employees might have.

Fat Display

*Dependent on size of employer group

TO LEARN MORE The Health and Wellness department at SelectHealth is available to discuss services and provide assistance in designing a custom health fair to meet the needs of your employees. For more information, call 801-442-6759 or e-mail [email protected] For successful scheduling and coordination purposes, SelectHealth requires a minimum of 45 days advanced notice. Due to the large volume of requests received, employers are limited to one health fair event every 12 months. Minimum size and participation requirements apply.

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HEALTH & WELLNESS EDUCATION

TITLE DESCRIPTION LENGTH

Addressing the Obesity Epidemic

Presents Center for Disease Control statistics on obesity epidemic and suggests actions that can be implemented in the workplace. Participants in this presentation will learn to identify nutritional content of commonly prepared food. They will also learn to compile a healthy lunch with common pantry items. Learn the impacts obesity has on our children, and how to prevent this from happening. Parent and caregivers will also learn child feeding and nutrition needs This presentation is a great starting point for a balanced approach to health. It teaches the six dimensions to overall health (physical, spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and occupational health). This presentation will tackle common myths of diabetes and discover the truths Presents information on what staples to keep on hand in order to make a quick and healthy meal in a pinch and low-fat cooking techniques that reduce the fat in your favorite recipes. Presents suggestions and healthy alternatives to eat healthy away from home. Discusses barriers to eating healthy and provides tips to make healthier choices. This presentation will address the importance of high blood pressure awareness and control. This presentation will teach participants how to set realistic and attainable goals. Includes why we should set goals and reward our accomplishments. An overview of nutrition basics with simple steps to deal with portion control and weight management. Highlights the critical importance of exercising personal responsibility in health management. Reviews the impact of personal choices and habits. Presents physical activity benefits, the different types of exercise, and why each is equally important. Demonstrations of different exercises are shown using resistance bands, stability ball and medicine ball, and hand weights. Reviews trends in the U.S. health status and healthcare costs. Highlights the important role employers can play in offering effective programs to address physical activity and weight control at the work site.

30 or 60 mins.

Brown Baggin' It

30 mins.

Child Nutrition & Obesity Prevention

60 mins.

Complete Health

60 mins.

Diabetes Myths

60 mins.

Healthy Cooking

30 to 60 mins.

Healthy Eating Away From Home High Blood Pressure 101

60 mins.

60 mins.

Goal Setting

30 to 60 mins.

Nutrition 101

60 mins.

Personal Health Management

60 mins.

Physical Activity

60 mins.

Physical Activity and Weight Control Programs at the Work site

60 mins.

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

LENGTH

Physical Activity at Work Portion Control and Nutrition Labels

Presents suggestions for increasing physical activity at work. Demonstrations of different exercises are shown. Presents information about the Food Guide Pyramid and discusses portion control. Instructs participants on how to read a food label and the importance of doing so. Delves into what exactly our obstacles are with weight management and how we can motivate ourselves toward making and keeping healthy habits. Review of current research on how health risks impact employer and individual health management costs. Recommendations are offered on how to develop an integrated approach to employee health management. Discussion about cost of medications and how cost can be lowered. Usually presented by a pharmacist. Information about the impacts of smoking on health and productivity. Presentation includes trends and costs associated with smoking versus not smoking and what are effective ways to stop smoking. Presents rationale to start an exercise program and roadblocks that one may encounter. Includes components of an exercise program, small steps, and goal setting. Information on the different types of sugar substitutes and how they compare to sugar. Learn how to develop a personal walking program that promotes good health and weight control. Includes how different types of walking produce different results. Presents alternative physical activities for the winter months and tips for exercising safely in the cold. This presentation will focus on the variety of health issues that women are faced with today. It will discuss preventative care for women, menopause, hormone replacement therapy, HPV (Human Papilloma Virus), Gardasil (vaccine to prevent four types of HPV),cervical cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, colorectal cancer, and osteoporosis.

60 mins.

60 mins.

Positive Thinking for Weight Management

45 to 60 mins.

Prioritizing Your Health Management Needs Saving Money on Rx Costs

60 to 90 mins.

60 mins.

Smoking Cessation

60 mins.

Starting an Exercise Program Sugar, Splenda, Nutra Sweet Oh My! Walking for Health and Weight Control

60 mins.

60 mins.

60 mins.

Winter Exercise

60 mins.

Women's Health Issues

60 mins.

For successful scheduling and coordination purposes, SelectHealth requires a minimum of 45 days advanced notice. Due to the large volume of requests received, employers are limited to two health and wellness education classes every 12 months. Minimum size and participation requirements apply. For more information or to schedule a class, call 801-442-6759 or e-mail [email protected]

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incentive ideas

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T-shirts Water.bottles Exercise.clothing,.shoes,.or.watches Exercise/sports.equipment Certificate.or.recognition.in.staff.meeting. or.newsletter Movie.tickets Magazine.subscriptions Books.or.cookbooks Travel.vouchers Extra.time.off Gift.certificates

wellness week sudoku answers

Brown.Bag Knowledge stairs Fun Relax exercise Apple Health Games Exercise Health Fun Apple knowledge Games brown bag Relax stairs Apple Relax Games stairs Health Brown.Bag exercise Knowledge Fun stairs Brown.Bag exercise Relax apple Health Fun Games knowledge Knowledge apple Relax brown bag Games Fun Stairs exercise Health Fun Games Health Knowledge exercise Stairs Relax Brown.Bag apple Health Fun Knowledge exercise Brown.Bag Apples Games stairs Relax Games stairs brown bag Health Fun Relax Knowledge Apple Exercise Relax Exercise apple Games Stairs Cholesterol Health Fun Brown.Bag

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PRoGRam evaluation

Program name: Program start date: Participation: / / Finish date: / /

incentives

Did you use incentives? Why or why not?

What incentives were used?

PRomotion stRateGies

What did you use to promote this program? Posters Employee newsletter Other What promotion strategies worked? E-mail/voice mail Bulletin boards Paycheck inserts

What didn't work?

PRoGRam mateRials

What program materials did you use? Kickoff flyer Bingo card Other What aspects of the program where successful? Stair Tracker Stair Coupon Quotes/Facts Sudoku

What aspects of the program, if any, will you change for next year?

Help us improve our program by sending a copy of this evaluation to the following address:

Health and Wellness Department 4646 West Lake Park Blvd. Salt Lake City, uT 84120

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W e L L n e S S week

PaRticiPant evaluation

Please take a few moments to evaluate wellness week. Your feedback will help us continue to make the program successful.

1. What wellness week activities did you participate in?

2.

What additional activities would you like to see for future wellness weeks?

3.

What was your number one motivation for participating in wellness week? Prizes Coworker encouragement Fun Other

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If you could change one thing about wellness week to make it better, what would you change?

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Any additional comments or suggestions?

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