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Learn about resources, services and programs for older adults and caregivers available through the Orange County Department on Aging, including resources available to assist with social wellbeing, volunteer opportunities, legal wellbeing, medical wellbeing, financial wellbeing, environmental wellbeing, and caregiver wellbeing. [View slides]
Be a part of something bigger connecting you with the community. Learn COVID-19 safe ways you can support the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill, while improving your overall well-being. Give back and volunteer safely!
Learn about five basic money concepts to help you start your financial journey on the right foot.
This workshop will help you understand the importance of saving as much as possible for retirement, how much to save, different account types to save for retirement and ways to preserve and grow your savings to last throughout your lifetime.
Ready for retirement? Learn about the benefits of the NC Retirement Plans – the NC 401k and the NC 457 Plan offered to UNC employees. This session will go over the differences in the plans and educate you on the importance of saving for retirement.
Enjoy an all levels yoga class with tips on how to open up locked areas in the body safely while exploring a variety of poses that will leave you feeling radiantly open. Move through side body stretches, sun salutes, standing poses, hip openers and a deep relaxation. This one is great for beginners or all levels.
These resources from Carolina Athletics include: an overview of four post-workout foam rolling exercises. Repeat 3-4 times a day, every 48 hours; an overview of 8 lower body stretches; an overview of six lower body stretches for your chest, shoulder, back, and neck; and an overview of 15 hip mobility stretches to relieve tightness with pictures.
We will discuss how the Eat the Frog Fitness studio operates, take you on a quick 15-minute tour of the studio, followed by short workout to provide an idea of what an Eat the Frog workout looks like! | View studio tour (6 min).
Learn the basics of the Miles for Wellness Challenge and get motivated to get moving. Challenge 23 begins March 15! Join Miles for Wellness Challenge 23. View program flyer.
This session will review how falls can affect adult’s ability to live independently, eight tips for avoiding falls, how to access resources for creating a falls prevention plan that works for you, and finishes with a 9-minute exercise and stretch routine to support your falls prevention plan.
Join Campus Recreation on-demand and stay active anytime and anywhere. Take a break and enjoy a quick pre-recorded class available on YouTube. Classes include:
Core & Strength, Cardio & HIIT, Yoga & Restore, Barre & Pilates, Dance, Seated & Accessible Workouts. New classes are added weekly!
Experience how to relieve tightness and tension during the workday with a quick 12-minute mid-day stretches. Equipment Needed: Some support for balance (wall, chair, etc.), room to move, and Spotify for stretching tunes (optional).
Experience a gentle neck and shoulder stretch for when you need a quick work break to relieve tightness and tension during the day. Equipment Needed: A chair, water and Spotify for stretching tunes (optional).
Paula Sloan, a volunteer member for the Triangle Chapter of the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network, provides a brief introduction to the accompanying videos on bladder cancer risks and warning signs. This resource is provided by the Triangle Chapter of Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network. Visit bcan.org to learn more.
In Part I of III of the “Bladder Cancer Risks & Warning Signs” Patient Insight Webinar, Dr. Lambros Stamatakis offers a detailed look at recognized risks associated with developing bladder cancer.
Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network | Bladder Cancer Risks & Warning Signs | Part II: Warning Signs (16 min.)
In Part II of III of the “Bladder Cancer Risks & Warning Signs” Patient Insight Webinar, Dr. Lambros Stamatakis discusses the warning signs of bladder cancer, emphasizing the need to pay close attention to potential signs and ensure you ask the right questions.
Take this brief, five-question quiz to test your knowledge of bladder cancer risks and warning signs.
NC Division of Services for the Blind: Services that are available for Vision Loss, Blind and Deafblind Individuals (PPT)
Learn more about the scope of NC Division of Services for the Blind’s Vocational Rehabilitation Services, including Individual Plan for Employment opportunities, vocational assessments, career counseling, physical restoration and more! For sound, click on the speaker in the lower right side of each presentation slide.
NC Division of Services for the Blind: The Independent Living Program through The NC Division of Services for the Blind (PPT)
Learn about Independent Living (IL) Programs available help people adjust to vision loss and provide comprehensive skills. These presentation slides include information about IL rehabilitation counselors, daily living skills classes, adaptive kitchen technique classes, and more.
This brief video will address the need for people, women in particular, to be proactive about their own personal safety. Join Tina Owen to learn the “do’s and don’ts” regarding effective personal safety and debunk some myths to empower and educate women to walk with confidence.
Take a break from sitting to try these five stretches for your neck, lats, torso and legs. Hold each for 15 seconds and repeat 3 times.
Learn the proper way to sit and workstation guidelines that support back health. This video will also review some office exercises you can do to strengthen your neck and back.
This session kicked off Wellness Week 2021 and is focused on helping people get a clear wellness vision. Watch to learn how to build positive momentum and create small wins that boost your confidence to create a clear wellness vision you can follow through on.
Maintaining a daily routine, especially while working from home, is crucial to your overall sense of wellbeing. Review these tip sheets to incorporate health and wellbeing in every part of your day.
Learn four main strategies to keep your food choices healthy while you’re on the move! Review the plate method, how to combine food groups to regulate blood sugar levels, the importance of skipping sugary beverages and treats (and finding healthy alternatives), and quick meals. This session finishes with meal ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, healthy snacks and eating out.
A healthy gut equals a healthy brain! Enjoy this cooking demo with Chef Michael Gueiss and learn how to make salmon with miso sauce and Brussels sprout kimchi, while learning the health benefits of each ingredient. View recipe cards.
Learn how to eat smart and healthy with printable resources from UNC Sports Nutrition!
Join Equal Opportunity and Compliance staff members as they discuss services the EOC provides including reporting options, employee accommodations, and Title IX.
Learn more about your employee Perks at work for a discount with Liberty Mutual on auto, home and tenant insurance. View Handout. | Informational videos: Auto Insurance – Did You Know? (5 min.) | Home Insurance – Did You Know? (6 min.) | Life Insurance – Did You Know? (4 min.)