Journey to a Multidimensional Wellness Program

April 4, 2017 from 1:00-2:00pm EDT

Presented By: Laura Husak, Life Enrichment Coordinator at Carolina Village


Your location may have classes and activities in place, but do they all work together as a unified program? In this case study, Laura Husak, Life Enrichment Coordinator at Carolina Village will share how she was able to bring to life the vision of a program based in eight dimensions of wellness by coordinating resident-led and staff-led programs.

With the goal of placing engagement, recreation and fitness on a icaa_preferred_vendors_logo.jpgsingle schedule to balance offerings in each dimension, the building blocks include outreach, partnering and marketing. Learn how to overcome roadblocks and engage staff and participants. You’ll see how effective marketing and staffing can encourage residents to try aquatic exercise. Discover how blending resident involvement with staff support can increase participation in aquatic programs.

 Attendees of this webinar will learn:
  • Key decisions when building a program based on eight dimensions of wellness
  • Marketing techniques to encourage participation
  • Approaches that build buy-in from senior management, staff and residents
  • Strategies for improving participation in aquatic programs
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Laura Husak is the Life Enrichment Coordinator at Carolina Village, a continuing care community in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Husak brought 17 years of experience as an athletic trainer at Hendersonville Sports to her role. She graduated from Appalachian State University with a Bachelor’s degree in health promotion and a minor in sports medicine.