Healthy North Dakota is pleased to offer tools to help improve employee health all across North Dakota. Information and links are available for employers searching for improving health at your worksite, employees wanting to improve health while at work, and Healthy North Dakota consultants helping employers plan worksite wellness programs.
North Dakota Resources
A Year of Fruits & Veggies is a monthly series of resources to help
people choose to eat more fruits and vegetables. It is designed to be a
ready-to-go once per month package for worksites wellness
Healthy Food Guidelines for Meeting, Concessions & Other Events published by the Young People’s Healthy Heart Program, Valley City http://www.healthyheartprogram.com/healthyideas
Moving More, Eating Smarter - 16 community coalitions across North Dakota to support for your worksite program http://www.healthynd.org/MMES.html
North Dakota PERS Fruit & Veggie Challenge Program has resources needed to run a fruit and vegetable program to help employees increase consumption; includes timeline, instructions, links, and ideas http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pers/
WALK North Dakota is an 8-week walking program with additional information on walking and using pedometers. http://www.walknd.com/
Guidelines for Offering Healthy Foods at Meetings, Seminars and Catered Events from the U of Minnesota School of Public Health http://www.ahc.umn.edu/ahc_content/Colleges/SPH/sph_news/Nutrition.pdf
Worksite Fruit & Snack Bowl Program js a guide to starting a healthy snack program to make healthy items easily available to employees from Tompkins County, NY http://www.tompkins-co.org/wellness/worksite/workwell/snackbowl.html
Worksite information for people with disabilities
National Center on Physical Activity and
Disability site offers information on building/re-tooling fitness
centers to make them accessible to most all.
Worksite Wellness Programs for people with disabilities from NY State's Move 4 Life. http://www.nysphysicalactivity.org/mfl/wellness.php