Each educational display includes a three-panel board that stands on a tabletop, as well as educational handouts with more detail on the topic. Interactives are also available for each topic. (Delivery fees may apply.) Contact the Health Promotion team at 866-896-4602 or email DHP.firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in wellness programming or any other wellness-related questions.
Describes the different states of mental health and well-being, gives examples of types of mental illness, information on when to seek professional help, and how to enhance mental well-being.
Explains the effects of stress on the body and simple ways to manage and reduce stress.
Explains what can lead to social isolation, how to identify it, and tips for creating and strengthening social relationships.
Discusses the benefits of quitting tobacco, managing cravings, and tips and resources to begin a quit attempt.
Introduces what e-cigarettes are, what parents need to know about them, and why they’re not a healthy smoking alternative.
Provides information on what is considered a drink and how alcohol affects the body throughout life.
Introduces three different kinds of substance abuse; illicit drugs, over the counter and prescription drugs. Also explains the health effects of substance abuse.
Explains what Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are and encourages participants to assess their ACE score and resiliency scores. Includes information about becoming more resilient.
Explains the effects of burnout and how to address and recover from it. Also talks about burnout as a caregiver and how to take care of yourself while caring for other people. Introduces ways to practice self-care and the benefits of it.
Includes information about the physical and mental health benefits of spending time in nature and simple recommendations to increase your time outdoors.
Provides information on the impact of improper medication disposal on our environment and communities.
Explains the benefits and types of physical activity along with safety guidelines that should be considered.
Discusses the benefits of balance, sample exercises and how to incorporate balance into everyday activities.
Explains what blood pressure is, why it is important to understand, and ways to prevent hypertension (high blood pressure).
Explains what metabolic syndrome is including the five indicators and tips for prevention, including knowing your numbers.
Includes information on where cholesterol comes from, the different types of cholesterol, and ways to lower your cholesterol levels.
Contains a broad overview of the different types of diabetes, how to manage them, and ways to live healthy with diabetes.
Provides information on sunscreen, skin protection and skin cancer prevention, including the importance of sunscreen and how to self-check moles and freckles.
Includes the mental and physical effects of getting adequate sleep with strategies for better sleep.
Provides an overview of the flu, best ways to fight it, and commonly asked questions about the flu vaccine.
Explains how to have financial health, including how to make a budget, strategies for shopping and other money-saving tips.
Discusses the importance of including healthy fats, proteins and carbohydrates into your diet. Panels and handouts include types of foods that fall into the “good” and “bad” categories.
Discusses the health effects of excess sugar, potential weight gain, and healthier options.
Includes information on how sodium (salt) works in the body, including healthy alternatives and cooking without salt.
Details the benefits of drinking water, tips for how to increase your water intake, and a look at the individual’s “water footprint”.