Fort HealthCare’s Health Care Careers is a free program for high school students who may be interested in a career in health care.
Students can choose from a variety of topics and register for as many as they wish. Upon registering for each of the class session(s) of choice, students will receive an email within a week of registering with a link to download the information sheet about their career choice. Information includes a description of the health care career, what a typical day may include, how to learn more about the career, as well as suggestions for how to prepare for college in their chosen field.
This is a great opportunity for students to explore the many different fields in health care. Direct any questions to Lisa Rudolph, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, Fort HealthCare Education Services Manager.
Cancer links is a support group for all people who have had or are going through any type of cancer, and is open to yourself and/or your significant other. The group meets virtually every month on the 4th Thursday at 6:30pm through Zoom.
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For questions, please contact the Fort Hospital Rehabilitation Department at (920) 568-5299.
QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention is a 1-2 hour educational program designed to teach lay and professional “gatekeepers” the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to respond. Gatekeepers can include anyone who is strategically positioned to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide (e.g., parents, friends, neighbors, teachers, coaches, caseworkers, police officers). The process follows three steps: (1) Question the individual’s desire or intent regarding suicide, (2) Persuade the person to seek and accept help, and (3) Refer the person to appropriate resources. Trainees receive a QPR booklet and wallet card as a review and resource tool that includes local referral resources.
This class is taught by a certified QPR Instructor and sponsored by Jefferson County Human Services and Fort HealthCare
UW Cancer Center Johnson Creek hosts this free program that teaches beauty techniques to female cancer patients to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Sponsored by the American Cancer Society and the Personal Care Products Council, the program features trained volunteer cosmetologists who teach women how to cope with skin changes using cosmetics and products donated by the cosmetics industry. Women also learn ways to disguise hair loss with wigs, scarves and other accessories.
Big brothers- and sisters-to-be tour the birthing center, see a newborn baby and learn to help in the daily care of the new arrival. Children must be 3 or older to take the class. Class materials are provided by the Fort Atkinson Kiwanis Club. Parental attendance is mandatory. Please only register the child’s/children’s name. Participants should bring a stuffed animal or doll.