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Is your child participating in contact sports this year?
Children that participate in sports of any kind always run the risk of an injury. Contact sports like football and soccer in particular have a higher probability of a collision, fall, or injury occurring. A common injury is a concussion.
Healthy Snacks vs. Junk Food
Coming up with healthy snacks to have on hand at home or on the go with busy schedules, to pack for lunch, or to share with your child’s classroom should be an easy item to cross off the to-do list if you plan ahead.
Make sure your child's immunizations are up to date!
Getting vaccinated according to the recommended immunization schedule is one of the most important things a parent can do to protect their child’s health. Diseases can quickly spread among groups of children who aren’t vaccinated.
Know your community's healthy coalition
Fort HealthCare’s Community Health & Wellness department partners with several local community coalitions that work to reduce obesity among residents in Jefferson County and the surrounding areas. The coalitions recently developed some videos about their efforts that you can view online.
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Locally-grown foods
Through an initiative titled “Eat Here Eat Well,” Jefferson County schools, health professionals, farmers, local gardeners, and other community advocates are partnering to make locally-grown and healthy foods more accessible in our environments.
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Healthy habits challenge
Individuals looking for a way to begin an exercise program or change up their current program are invited to join the Fort HealthCare Rock the Walk 2016 Activity Challenge. Rock the Walk is a free, eight-week challenge with prizes, designed to increase the current level of physical activity for participants.
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World Breastfeeding Week: August 1-7
This health awareness focuses on the importance of the role that breast milk has in an infant’s development, as well as the health and wellness benefits to the mother. Here, mothers and their babies are the center of our care, and breastfeeding is encouraged to take place whenever necessary.
Veggie Lasagna with Tomato Sauce
Grab some veggies at the Farmer's Market and start cooking. Here is Fort HealthCare Executive Chef Colleen McGinn's personal recipe to help you use up those extra tomatoes and zucchini!
Fort HealthCare is proud to sponsor a number of community events. All year long, you can find a number of health and fitness related events and classes for the whole family. Check out to find more activities throughout the community.
American Heart Association
Community CPR Classes
Community Events
Camp 911- Children Learning Safety & Health
Community CPR Classes
Fitness Classes
Cardiac Rehab Boot Camp
Digital On-Demand Fitness Video Library Subscription
Healthcare Provider Courses
Care of the Pediatric Patient
Critical Care Classes
Health Education & Training
Childbirth Preparation Classes
Movin' and Losin' Adults
On My Own at Home
Health Care Careers - Digital Download
Three Ways to Register: • Online at
• Call (920) 568-5475
• Visit the Registration Desk at Fort Memorial Hospital in Fort Atkinson
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