Designed Wellness is committed to giving wellness coordinators within each firm the tools they need. If you are new to wellness, the material and links in this blog are a great starting place. If you already call yourself a wellness advocate, ambassador or a champion, there are many tools here for you as well. In... Read More
Welcome to TrustPoints, our periodic Newsletter!
In this issue: ACEC Member Firms Win Big - U.S. Labor Dept. recent ruling on Association Health Plans; Expand Access to Quality Care - Learn how Telehealth is reshaping healthcare; Get The Word Out on Designed Telehealth - Learn how to better engage employees about this program; Get Your Green On - Learn how leafy greens benefit your body and a tasty and healthy spinach dip recipe
As part of its commitment to drive healthier lifestyles and work cultures within engineering firms, the ACEC Designed Wellness program – part of the American Council of Engineering Companies’ Life/Health Trust – conducted a champion challenge in 2017. We are excited to share information about our award winners. With over 150 firms in the Designed... Read More
Knowing your numbers means knowing the risks for heart disease. There are many quick “Cheat Sheets” or simple guides to help champions stay on track and share with others. There is an important difference between actual knowledge of risk and our behavior to reduce risk. Hopefully, the more we “know our numbers” about risk, the... Read More
When it comes to our health, we often visit our doctor or nurse regularly to make sure our bodies are healthy. But what about our eyes? They’re not always top of mind, but they’re just as important. During Healthy Vision Month, held each May, the National Eye Institute encourages Americans to make their eye health a... Read More
Here is a scenario that you may have encountered as a Wellness Champion: You are making progress with an employee who hasn’t previously opened up to you about their wellness or life before now. You offer them wellness resources and they show some interest in their personal well-being and all of a sudden, they shut down. ... Read More