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Occupational Medical Consulting, LLC’s Wellness Team Member and Health Coach, Emily Carlson presented a demonstration on sustaining memory as we age at Spring Rock Community Living center in Leeds on Monday April 21, 2014. The residents of Spring Rock were excited to play some memory games and learn about sustaining an aging memory and mental fitness. OMC works with businesses to target at risk employee behaviors that impact employee well-being and drive health care spending. [...]
Having three close friends diagnosed with testicular cancer, it has made me realize the importance of making sure males are doing self-examinations. Simple testicular cancer self-exams can truly help in catching the development of cancer in its earliest stages. OMC has an HRA question for males ages 10-40 relating to self-examinations each month. As a Health Coach I am always sure to explain why we ask the self-examination question and that there is a real [...]
By Erik Gordon Miller and Rollnick define it as, “the natural desire of helpers to set things right, to prevent harm and promote client welfare.” In other words, it’s the want to help people and the belief that we can provide them with solutions to their problems as well as lead them to living a healthier lifestyle. To some degree, we all have the righting reflex or it’s likely that we wouldn’t be in this [...]
One of OMC’s Health Coaches shared pictures from her client company's 2nd annual Super Bowl Healthy Chili cook-off. It is always great to see Health Coaches making wellness fun at their companies!
One of OMC's Health Coaches gave a very engaging and informative presentation today at the Wellness Council of Androscoggin County Breakfast on "Incorporating Wellness into Your Company Culture." He touched upon how to get through and communicate to your population, motivating your people and how to inspire participation.