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Health Matters at Scott County

                              

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Welcome to the Scott County, Iowa homepage for Health Matters at Work® - a value-added program of Community Health Charities of Iowa that connects employees with valuable information. This comprehensive web and workplace-based health initiative can help you learn about prevention of chronic disease, as well as manage chronic health conditions and disabilities more effectively.

The program makes it easier for you to find and take home credible health information including: caregiver tools and resources, diet and exercise tools, disease management tools, health risk assessment tools, warning signs and symptoms of common chronic diseases, video podcast and webinar series on current health issues, and information on local support groups.

Video Podcasts Library As a Scott County employee, you have full access to the podcasts library, including soon-to-be released episodes not available to the public. Click here to view the entire podcast library.
Webinar Series Free webinar series from Community Health Charities and our trusted member charities. If you would like view webinars in the series, or would like to participate in the series, click here.
Resource Navigator Visit the Resource Navigator page for more health resources and tools.
Caregiving Resources Access local Care Giving Resources, including support groups, caregiver services and support and local walks to volunteer events in Quad Cities.
On The Job You will find some of the most interactive health assessments tools and tips such as mental health resources and diet and exercise tools.
Healthy Lifestyles Visit Naturally Slim for more information on the Healthy Lifestyles program.
healthcare directives The health care power of attorney (.pdf) allows you to grant to the attorney in fact the authority to make decisions regarding the use of life sustaining procedures. Because of this, it has been said that the execution of a living will (.pdf) memorializes your intent and desire regarding your use of life-sustaining procedures, and not what your attorney in fact thinks you desire. The presence of a living will relieves the attorney in fact from making that difficult decision, if the situation arises.
tobacco cessation We know it’s difficult to quit tobacco products. Tobacco cessation medications are covered under the County’s group health plan.  As with other medications, you only pay a co-pay.  If you're interested in smoking cessation classes, the Human Resources department can schedule you for individual or group classes through Genesis Health Care.  The County will cover the cost of the classes.   Quit today!
senior health care As you prepare for retirement you’ll need additional information about your health care and insurance needs.  
HMatW E-Newsletter

Stay connected to health news and information through this monthly newsletter. Learn new healthy recipes and find out how your dollars are helping those suffering from a chronic disease or illness.

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Contact Us... If you have any questions or comments about the Health Matters at Work program, please contact Jason Gordon (jgordon@healthcharities.org) or call 563-326-8814.

 
    
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Information on this Web site is for educational purposes only; it should not be construed as medical advice.  You should not use it for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease.  Consult your physician for detailed information about medical conditions as well as information contained here.

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