The Federal Health and Wellness Bureau LLC
As you know, there are medical issues that no one can do anything about. At the same time, if we focus on preventative strategies and safety by way of health and wellness training then we can help people improve their overall health.
Free health and wellness classes now open to South Florida businesses (10-15 attendee minimum)
The definition of wellness: a conscious, self-directed, evolving process of achieving full potential.
Wellness is an active process through which people become aware of and make choices toward a healthier, happier life.
The Federal Health and Wellness Bureau is a private organization funded by a national network of participating healthcare professionals. Our goal and success is based on our ability to educate people about everyday risks and effective strategies for prevention by providing health and wellness programs for small, medium, and large businesses ranging from Fortune 500 companies to local schools and community groups. All of our healthcare professionals are pre-screened doctors who are board-certified physicians from within your community who are devoted to promoting general health and wellness to all.
The Federal Health and Wellness Bureau has put forth a national initiative to provide free preventative health and wellness programs across the country.
Do your employees need health and wellness training?
All of our speakers offer a simple message: preventative health is better than waiting for disease to strike. Your organization and employees will see an overall improvement by way of:
- Increased productivity
- Decreased absenteeism
- Team building opportunities
- Enhanced employee management
- Employee engagement
- Increased employee retention
- Reduction in healthcare costs
- Weight loss
- Smoking cessation
Top 5 Myths of Corporate Wellness Programs
1) Why bother, National healthcare will soon be implemented?
It will not affect productivity, absenteeism, team building, or employee management, all of which are positively impacted by employing a corporate wellness program.
2) Our company is too small.
Small companies generally suffer as opposed to big companies with higher salaries, better benefits, and more promotion opportunities. However, programs like this can actually level the playing field. Corporate wellness programs usually have a positive impact on employee retention since they foster employees bonding with other employees, thereby increasing retention.
3) It takes too long to see results.
While it can take 2-3 years to see a meaningful return on healthcare expenses, 80% of benefits toward an employee’s health occur in the first 20% of their progress. In a good program, employers see impressive productivity gains and absenteeism results (47.5% drop in absenteeism over a 6-year period for participants in the DuPont wellness program).
4) We already have a disease management component in our insurance program.
A disease management program isn’t the same as a wellness program, which is a proactive and preventative initiative designed to benefit the health of all employees. A disease management program is a good defensive program, but it manages chronic claimants who are already ill.
5) I don’t want to spend the money on a corporate wellness program.
Ours is free.
Topics we cover:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Nutrition and weight loss
- Cancer prevention
- Headache prevention
- Stress relief
- Chronic pain management
- Women’s health
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Industrial athletes and stretching before work
- Proper lifting
- Proper sitting
- Healthy eating
- Properly using safety equipment
- Injury prevention
- Scoping for hazards (frayed power cords, fire hazards, wet floors, etc.)
- Zika and prevention
- Safe sex
- Current issues
-PTSD =Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Q & A session
What are the benefits of health wellness and prevention training twice yearly?
- Healthier employees
- Less sick time and less absences
- Better sleep, more energy, increased productivity
- Fewer injuries at home and work
- Fewer lawsuits
In large corporations and in the military, continuing education on subjects mandatory for individual and organizational wellness are continuously given. By providing your employees with informative health discussions, many health-related questions can be answered while empowering them to make healthier choices.
It will also reduce employee absences and promote a healthier, safer environment, and these 30-minute sessions are completely free. There are no sales pitches or gimmicks.
Help yourself, your company, and your employees by scheduling your wellness presentation. Call, text, or e-mail us - we’re here 24/7.
(305) 343-9824 call or text
1) Are you a doctor who is interested in joining our educational and promotional crusade to get more patients?
2) Are you a business owner or manager who wants to offer free health talks to your employees?
3) Are you a person who has medical questions and a thirst for knowledge to better your life?
4) Are you a sales person that sees value in what we offer and would like to grow this initiative?
5) Do you want to refer a business for Free health talks, and receive a $50 finder’s fee?
6) Are you a charitable donor who sees the global importance of free health talks for all people?
7) Are you outside of South Florida and interested in the same type of business?
If so, then we have an opportunity for you. It all starts by contacting us now.
TO CONTACT US
Alain Abecassis-Founder, Yours in health- Paramedic since 1981 including U.S.A.F. combat medic, (CNBC DECON) served overseas
Federal Health and Wellness Bureau LLC.
(305) 343-9824 call or text
As a Paramedic , I have been doing this my whole life trying to tell people how to be safe and to live a better life and to avoid having to call the Paramedics.
How do businesses decide whether or not to have FREE HEALTH TALKS on-site?
They want to reduce overall medical costs by 22% to 27% in the first year.
See the government requested report on Wellness Workplace Programs Study PDF by the Rand Corporation for further details. It’s available online and is the largest study of its kind.
OCCUPATIONAL. The occupational dimension recognizes personal satisfaction and enrichment in one’s life through work. At the center of occupational wellness is the premise that occupational development is related to one’s attitude about one’s work. Traveling a path toward your occupational wellness, you’ll contribute your unique gifts, skills, and talents to work that is both personally meaningful and rewarding. You’ll convey your values through your involvement in activities that are gratifying for you. The choice of profession, job satisfaction, career ambitions, and personal performance are all important components of your path’s terrain. Occupational wellness follows these tenets:
• It is better to choose a career which is consistent with our personal values, interests, and beliefs than to select one that is unrewarding to us.
• It is better to develop functional, transferable skills through structured involvement opportunities than to remain inactive and uninvolved.
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