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 monthly on the 3rd Thursday at 6:30pm in the Fort Hospital Rehabilitation Department.
Childcare is provided when signed up online no later thanthe Tuesday prior to the support group.
For questions, please contact the Fort Hospital Rehabilitation Department at (920) 568-5299.
This class is a workshop for kids in 1st – 5th grade. The afternoon will be spent on lessons and fun activities around nutrition and gardening. Kids will learn about building a healthy plate, where food comes from and diversity in food and nutrition. Activities will include a seed planting activity, taste testing from locally grown Wisconsin foods, and more. Cost: Free (an AmeriCorps Farm to School program sponsored by Fort HealthCare). June 15 or 20, 2019 will be offered at the Dwight Foster Public Library, Fort Atkinson.
Skip the New Year Resolutions this year and join our 52-week challenge. We’re calling it 52 Adventures in Healthy Living! #FHC52Adventures Register for the challenge and download a list of healthy adventures to choose from. Complete 52 of the adventures by 12/31/2019 and get a free t-shirt! That’s 1 challenge a week! (Or 52 challenges in 1 week if you procrastinate!)
When you have completed 52 adventures, send us a copy of your completed list by 12/31/2019. You can:
Send a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail a copy of your form to:
Community Health and Wellness
611 Sherman Ave East
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
Drop off your copy at the Fort HealthCare info desk.
Open to children in grades 4 to 6, Camp 911 is a one-day program focusing on safety, prevention techniques and health and wellness.
Camp 911 partners with community agencies and Fort HealthCare staff to provide a fun, hands-on learning environment that gives children the knowledge, skills and confidence to protect themselves, react safely in emergency situations and increase awareness of health and wellness.
Camp 911 is limited to 70 participants. Campers must be entering fourth-sixth grade in the 2019-2020 school year. Registrations are based on a first-come, first-served basis. Beverages, lunch and snacks will be provided. Fee is $35 per camper. Note: The half off Fort HealthCare employee discount is not available for Camp 911. In case of rain, activities will be moved indoors.