Join the class that only focuses on your arms. This strength only class will Increase your range of motion, tighten, and tone your arms in ways you can only imagine.
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. 2019 Camp 911 English 2019 Camp 911 Spanish Health Forms: Camp911Release Fort HC Patient Photo Consent Form (*Please bring day of event) Contact: Community Health and Wellness (920) 568-5475
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 4th Thursday at 6:30pm in the Fort Hospital Rehabilitation Department. Childcare is provided when signed up online no later than the Tuesday prior to the support group. For questions, please contact the Fort Hospital Rehabilitation Department at (920) 568-5299.
A fun and challenging way to tighten and tone everything in your core (abs and lower back) and 'posterior' region.
Healthy-Steps, Moving You to Better Health with the Lebed Method, is a therapeutic exercise and movement program with wonderful music designed to help you thrive! Offering wellness programs for surgery patients and cancer survivors, regardless of health, age or ability level. The Healthy-Steps program improves overall wellness, range-of-motion, balance, strength and endurance, as well as emotional well-being and self-image. 1-hour sessions are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 10:00 in the Hospital Rehab Department. 1-hour sessions are also held on Mondays starting at 12:45 and Thursdays starting at 11:30 in the Johnson Creek Community Center. Through funding from Tomorrow's Hope, Fort HealthCare is able to reduce the rate for this class to $20/person
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
Develop the fundamentals of connecting breath to yoga postures, learn techniques to release tension and improve strength and flexibility. Prior experience not required. This class is not suitable for individuals who have had a total hip replacement.
Yoga classes are offered three times, on different days and times, for your convenience. Please choose the class you plan to attend most frequently.