Healthy Employee Workshops

Health Management Partners offers Healthy Employee Workshops.   We speak to a wide variety of Health and wellness topics.  It’s a great way to kick off a Wellness Competition or an Open Enrollment Event!

Get your zzzz’s

Sleep deprivation can be linked to depression, obesity and heart disease.  Get your zzzz’s with helpful tips: don’t check your phone before bed, avoid eating right before bed, keep a consistent sleep schedule. More tips can be found at:  www.nsc.org/nsm #KeepEachOtherSafe

#wearblueday

Today is Wear Blue Friday! Wear BLUE Day is celebrated to show their concern for the health and wellbeing of boys and men.  Whether it is your friend, brother, dad, boyfriend, spouse, or boss, show them you care about them and their health by wearing blue. #wearblueday

June 12-18 is all about Men

June 12-18 is all about Men because it’s Men’s Health Week. See how you can support raising awareness for men’s health issues by wearing Blue June 16th. #ShowUsYourBlue
Blue isn’t just a color—in fact, on June 16 blue can help raise awareness about health issues impacting men like prostate and testicular cancers. Join the #ShowUsYourBlue campaign by wearing blue to work Friday, June 16

Did you know June is #Men’sHealthMonth?

Did you know June is #Men’sHealthMonth? This month there is heightened awareness on preventable health problems, early detection, and treatment of diseases impacting men and boys. See how you can support #MensHealthMonth and the #ShowUsYourBlue Campaign

Stand Up to Falls

Stand Up to Falls: Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries, including concussions.  #KeepEachOtherSafe by keeping your home safe.

June is National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month.  Every 4 minutes, someone dies from something that is 100% preventable. National Safety Month is a call to action to reverse this trend.  #KeepEachOtherSafe

Heat Safety Awareness

Today is Heat Safety Awareness Day. As warmer weather approaches, is it important to be mindful of heat safety. Ready.gov has compiled a list of tips to keep everyone safe and prepared both indoors and outdoors during extreme heat.
https://www.ready.gov/heat