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1 Follow us! Use Facebook and Twitter to post photos, share ideas or ask questions. Be sure to use Working for a Healthier Tennessee

2 WORKING FOR A WELLNESS TOOLKIT In collaboration with the ParTNers for Health Wellness Program HEALTHIER TENNESSEE

3 3 How Do We Rank?

4 How Big is the Problem? *Incurred Year

5 5 20% of people generate 80% of costs Healthy/ Low Risk At- Risk High Risk Active Disease Health care spending Early Symptoms Long-Term Aim Don’t get worse, and over time, help people move to the left. 5

6 60,900 hours…. We spend almost as much time at work than we do with our families and friends Our work environment and work relationships can be a force for positive change 6

7 WORKING FOR A WELLNESS TOOLKIT In collaboration with the ParTNers for Health Wellness Program HEALTHIER TENNESSEE

8 8 Site Champion Mission Vision Values Goals Time Commitment Traits

9 9 Three Focus Areas

10 10 Physical Activity

11 Physical Activity 11 Ideas for your workplace Online resources

12 Physical Activity Ideas for the workplace – Make time in the work day – Share Healthy Living Tips – ParTNers for Health Quarterly Challenges – National Health Observances Online resources 12

13 13 Healthy Eating

14 14 Healthy Eating Ideas for your workplace Online resources

15 15 Ideas for the workplace – Promote healthy eating – Access to water – Tennessee Healthy Meeting Guides – Quarterly Challenges – National Health Observances Online resources Healthy Eating

16 16 Tobacco Cessation

17 17 Ideas for your workplace Online resources Tobacco Cessation

18 Ideas for the workplace – Share tobacco cessation resources – National Health Observances Online resources 18 Tobacco Cessation

19 WORKING FOR A WELLNESS TOOLKIT In collaboration with the ParTNers for Health Wellness Program HEALTHIER TENNESSEE

20 20 Communications The Key Ingredient

21 21 Wellness Messages Logo Weekly Health E-Tips Weekly E-Tip Thumbnail Communications

22 22 Quarterly Wellness Challenges Sample s Communications

23 23 Promotional Posters Deskercises Tobacco Quit Aids Sample Walking Route Communications

24 24 Nurse Advice Line Fitness Center Discounts Weight Watchers at Work Resources

25 25 EAP Online Resources Contact Information Resources

26 26 Healthways Well-Being Assessment Well-Being Report Resources

27 27 Healthways Well-Being Connect Healthways WBA Well-Being Plan Trackers Social Networking Inspiration Board Recipe Center Well-Being Connect  Mobile App (wellness website) Resources

28 WORKING FOR A WELLNESS TOOLKIT In collaboration with the ParTNers for Health Wellness Program HEALTHIER TENNESSEE

29 29 Workplace A supportive workplace environment creates ownership Ideas for the workplace Physical Activity Healthy Eating Tobacco Cessation Promote lactation support in the workplace Help employees manage stress at work Online resources

30 WORKING FOR A WELLNESS TOOLKIT In collaboration with the ParTNers for Health Wellness Program HEALTHIER TENNESSEE

31 31

32 Behavioral Health and Physical Health are Inextricably Linked 32 Behavioral Health is a key to overall well being and sustained wellness 50% of visits to primary care practitioners result from symptoms unexplained by a physical illness

33 Houston, We Have a Problem… 33 Stress is called the “health epidemic of the 21 st century” by the World Health Organization 30-40% of our population will experience a behavioral health issue at some point 10% of employees are heavy alcohol users 8% of employees use illegal drugs

34 Tennessee’s Excess Disease Burden* *Incurred Year

35 And the Good News! 35 Treatment for these issues is highly effective The majority (80%+) of individuals improve Significant progress can be made Local Education and Local Government employees who participate in any of the State’s medical insurance plans and their eligible family members may also use EAP services

36 36 By request training Appointment Assistance Telephonic Services Dropped pre-certification for most outpatient behavioral health No-cost legal, financial, eldercare, plus+ Removing Barriers…Instilling Hope

37 HERE4TN.com 37 John Allen, Director of Behavioral Health Services, , Deborah Roberts (trainings and promotional materials) , ext Employee Assistance/Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse, – 24/7, 365 days a year

38 WORKING FOR A WELLNESS TOOLKIT In collaboration with the ParTNers for Health Wellness Program HEALTHIER TENNESSEE

39 Tracking & Recognition Top priority – PARTICIPATE Creating challenges for YOUR workplace 39

40 “Good job, keep up the good work!” A note from the boss Certificate of achievement “Wall of Health” “My Wellness Story” column 40 Tracking & Recognition Healthy Employee of the Month Healthy lunch with the boss Preferred parking spot for a day/week Recognition at staff meetings

41 Random Act of Wellness 41

42 42 Questions?

43 WORKING FOR A WELLNESS TOOLKIT In collaboration with the ParTNers for Health Wellness Program HEALTHIER TENNESSEE


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