Health & Healthy Lifestyles

Street Culture Kidz Project Inc.

Contact person (The person making this entry has the ability to edit this entry in the future. See above for details as to how): 
Kim Sutherland
Email address of primary contact person: 
streetculture@sasktel.net
Describe the project (This description appears in your map point. Insert a photo if you choose by selecting the "tree" icon): 

Skills Development & Personal Support programming for youth to age 29 at ~10 off site locations including schools, community centers and misc. programming sites. 

Describe the timing of your project (Please describe the date and length of time the project runs): 

Ongoing.

Keywords (Please list keywords, separated by commas, that relate to the project): 
Youth Skills Development, Personal Support
Describe the educational component of the project (e.g. formal education, training, or public awareness advanced by the project): 

Formal and informal awareness.

What level of education does this project address?: 
Public awareness, for example, through the media (informal education)
Professional and other training outside the formal school/higher education system (non-formal education)
Project sponsors/funders: 

Service Canada (Federal), Ministry of Social Services (Provincial), Urban Aboriginal Services (Federal), Economic Development (Self-Funded through social ventures) 

How did you find out about this survey?: 

Ann-Marie Urban.

Cardiac Rehabilitation & the Blue Cross Chronic Disease and Prevention Program

Contact person (The person making this entry has the ability to edit this entry in the future. See above for details as to how): 
Greg Bridgeman
Email address of primary contact person: 
Greg.Bridgeman@uregina.ca
Describe the project (This description appears in your map point. Insert a photo if you choose by selecting the "tree" icon): 

The Dr. Paul Schwann Applied Health and Research Centre, in collaboration with the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, offers Regina and neighbouring communities the Cardiac Rehabilitation program.  The Cardiac Rehabilitation program aids those who have had or are at risk for developing a cardiac event and wish to restore their physical, emotional, and mental health and assist with lifestyle modification to enhance a better their quality of life.  It is an individually designed and scientifically proven medically supervised program.

The Saskatchewan Blue Cross Chronic Disease Management and Risk Reduction Program.  This program is designed to provide those who have a chronic disease or have two or more risk factors for heart disease, with a program to improve their health and lifestyle choices.  It will increase your understanding of your illness and allow you to begin an exercise regime and make it a part of your life.

Describe the timing of your project (Please describe the date and length of time the project runs): 

Ongoing.

Keywords (Please list keywords, separated by commas, that relate to the project): 
Cardiac rehabilitation, chronic disease management, health
Describe the educational component of the project (e.g. formal education, training, or public awareness advanced by the project): 

Informal and formal awareness.

What level of education does this project address?: 
Public awareness, for example, through the media (informal education)
Project sponsors/funders: 

The Dr. Paul Schwann Applied Health and Research Centre, in collaboration with the Regina Qu'appelle Health Region.

How did you find out about this survey?: 

Ann-Marie Urban.

File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council Health Education and Promotion

Contact person (The person making this entry has the ability to edit this entry in the future. See above for details as to how): 
Karen Arnason
Email address of primary contact person: 
karnason@fhqtc.com
Describe the project (This description appears in your map point. Insert a photo if you choose by selecting the "tree" icon): 

File-Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council Health Services goals are:
- To communicate regularly, accountably, clearly and consistently on all matters 
   affecting our mutual clients.
- To deliver well planned and implemented health services that is strengthened and enhanced wherever possible.
- To pro-actively undertake health promotion and education activities that support healthy lifestyles.
-To participate in networking, and sharing activities which support human resource development, peer to peer and program advancement, and strategic learning through the Community Health Services Committee.
The Health Education and Promotion Programs and services include: HIV/AIDS Education, Hep C, and Sexually Transmitted Infections education; FASD Education and Support; Healthy Communities: Healthy Youth Programs: 40 Developmental Assets, Bully Prevention, Drama Project; Girls on the Move / Boys on the Move After School Programs; Grandfathers of Tradition and Grandmothers of Tradition Program; Communication Skills and Essential Living Skills (Life Skills Programming); Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM); ASIST/Safe Talk/Suicide Prevention; Smoking Cessation; Asset Mapping Community Development Workshops & Facilitator Training; Healthy Medication Use; Mental Health First Aid; Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative On Reserve & Off Reserve Programs, Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program,  Environmental Health Program and the Women's Health Centre.  Also available are information booths and workshops for Health Fairs, Career Fairs, Awareness Days and Trade Show Displays.

Describe the timing of your project (Please describe the date and length of time the project runs): 

Varies

Keywords (Please list keywords, separated by commas, that relate to the project): 
Health Education; Health Promotion; File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council; All Nations Healing Hospital; Aboriginal traditional teachings; skill development; bully prevention; life skills; asset mapping; community development; holistic health; medication use; mental health.
Describe the educational component of the project (e.g. formal education, training, or public awareness advanced by the project): 

Informal and Formal

What level of education does this project address?: 
Public awareness, for example, through the media (informal education)
Publications (Has there been any documentation of this project/research?): 

FHQTC Health Education and Promotion has been involved in an Indigenous People's Health Research Project 'Developing Healthy Decision Making For Aboriginal Youth Through Drama' http://www.iphrc.ca/researchprojects.php
our drama work has been presented at several conferences: (and will also be a chapter in a book to be released in 2009)
http://www.pcwcsymposium.com/workshops.php
http://www.ptoweb.org/assets/files/PTO%20Program%20Schedule.pdf
http://www.spheru.ca/cphr-spheru-conference-documents/New%20Directions%2...

Project sponsors/funders: 

File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council

Exercise Therapy & Workplace Wellness

Contact person (The person making this entry has the ability to edit this entry in the future. See above for details as to how): 
Greg Bridgeman, B.PAS, CEP, Coordinator
Email address of primary contact person: 
Greg.Bridgeman@uregina.ca
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The clinic utilizes the most advanced assessment and therapeutic tools in the provision of evidence based musculoskeletal rehabilitation and conditioning. The partnership with the University of Regina Physiotherapy Centre and all other AHC health care professionals has proven to be very beneficial to the clients of the Schwann Centre.

Our team of Certified Exercise Physiologist's provides confidential health and fitness services to the general public and those with general medical conditions such as arthritis and obesity, sports injuries, work injuries, and motor vehicle injuries. Services are flexible and appropriate for all individuals who may or may not have an existing chronic musculoskeletal or medical condition.

Health and fitness services include:

- Health and Fitness Consultations (tailored to each individual's current lifestyle, goals and injury, if applicable.

- Personal Training (program development and individual instruction)

- Supervised Membership (program monitoring, exercise technique feedback and progressions)

- Cybex Assessment and Training

We take great pride in our emphasis on posture and exercise technique, and empowering our clients through the promotion of client education and individual learning.

More than a one hour serviceâ, it's a Lifestyle!

 

Describe the timing of your project (Please describe the date and length of time the project runs): 

Ongoing.

Keywords (Please list keywords, separated by commas, that relate to the project): 
Exercise Physiologists, condtioning, rehabilitation, exercise
Describe the educational component of the project (e.g. formal education, training, or public awareness advanced by the project): 

 

Informal and formal awareness.

 

What level of education does this project address?: 
Public awareness, for example, through the media (informal education)
How did you find out about this survey?: 

 

Ann-Marie Urban.

 

Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan Program Services Manager

Contact person (The person making this entry has the ability to edit this entry in the future. See above for details as to how): 
Joanne Michael
Email address of primary contact person: 
info@alzheimer.sk.ca
Describe the project (This description appears in your map point. Insert a photo if you choose by selecting the "tree" icon): 

Five-week series for the person who has Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia and a care partner. Different aspects of living with memory loss are discussed. Next Steps for Families and Friends: Five-week learning series for families and friends of people affected by Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. The series offers provides strategies and approaches to caregiving, based on knowledge of Alzheimer's disease and its effect on the person. Care Essentials: Five-week learning series designed for family members and friends who are caring for someone in the middle stages of Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. Options for Care:Three-week learning series is for friends and family members of persons who are in the later stages of the disease and may be requiring increased care.  Care in the Later Stages: Three-week learning series for family caregivers of persons who are in the later stages of the disease and may be living in long-term care. It discusses quality of life at the end of life for persons with dementia and provides an overview of advanced dementia and caregiving issues.

Describe the timing of your project (Please describe the date and length of time the project runs): 

Varies

Keywords (Please list keywords, separated by commas, that relate to the project): 
Alzheimer’s Disease; Dementia; Education; people affected by; living with; friends and family; caregivers; care partner; memory loss; care options; strategies and approaches to caregiving
Describe the educational component of the project (e.g. formal education, training, or public awareness advanced by the project): 

Informal

What level of education does this project address?: 
Public awareness, for example, through the media (informal education)
Project sponsors/funders: 

The Alzheimer Society Of Saskatchewan receives virtually no government funding and relies exclusively on the generosity of individuals, private businesses and corporations and community groups.

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