Submit a draft of the newsletter.  
Target audience: Workplace: You are the worksite wellness coordinator for ABCD Enterprise, made up of a range of individuals (ages 20 to mid-60s), and have been tasked with creating a newsletter on a topic of: Increasing mobility 
Prompt: Create a newsletter to educate your chosen target audience on a related health issue and attempt to influence their behavior toward healthier choices.  
 I. Newsletter: In this section, you will create your original newsletter that focuses on a specific health concern for the target audience. Use social and behavioral models to guide the creation. Essentially, you should craft information about your selected health topic and communicate it in a way that is appropriate for your audience. Remember, the intent of your newsletter is to educate the audience in the hopes of influencing their behavior toward healthier choices.
 A. Models: Use behavioral and social theoretical models to inform the development of your newsletter. 
 B. Cultural Competence: In this section, you should focus on creating materials that are not culturally limiting, meaning your created materials should not be insulting or exclusionary toward any particular culture. 
     i. Language: Communicate the health information to the target audience using audience-appropriate language and design (including font and structure) that is inclusive (does not alienate an individual of a particular culture). 
     ii. Graphics: Utilize images and graphics that are appropriate for your target audience and issue and do not exclude individuals from the population. Not adults or all males if the audience is 7th graders.
Submission:   two pages in length. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.       

2014 Developed by Dairy Council of California

September 2014

Workplace Wellness

Bite-Sized Goals Can Help You
Achieve a Plate of Success!
Are January resolutions a forgotten memory? Many health-related
resolutions start strong at the beginning of the year, but unfortunately,
they lose steam. Use September as a time to revive your motivation.
Finish this year strong by swapping big, unrealistic ideas with more
realistic and attainable goals. Feel good about any changes you are
making, even the tiny ones!
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Ashley Rosales shed some light on
how this works. “If you set yourself up for a lofty thing and you fail, it’s a
de-motivator on
every level, and it
stops all other
motivation for
change,” Rosales said.
“I really believe in
choosing tiny goals
that you can achieve.”
Read Rosales’s
inspiring advice in the
article “This New
Year’s, Think Tiny”
written by Registered
Dietitian Nutritionist
Claire St John.

Recipe of the Month
Think outside the box for a great source of
calcium that kids will love to make.

No-Bake Macaroni and Cheese
Courtesy of EatingWell

8 ounces (2 cups) whole-
wheat elbow Noodles
1 package (10 ounces)
frozen chopped Broccoli
1 ¾ cups low-fat Milk,
3 tablespoons Flour
½ teaspoon Garlic
½ teaspoon Salt
¼ teaspoon ground white Pepper
¾ cup shredded extra-sharp Cheddar cheese
¼ cup shredded Parmesan cheese
1 teaspoon Dijon Mustard

Cook pasta four minutes in a large pot of
boiling water. Add frozen broccoli and
continue cooking, stirring occasionally, until
pasta and broccoli are just tender, four to five
minutes more.
Meanwhile, heat 1 ½ cups milk in another
large pot over medium-high heat until just
simmering. Whisk the remaining ¼ cup milk,
flour, garlic powder, salt and pepper in a small
bowl until combined. Add flour mixture to
simmering milk. Return to a simmer and whisk
constantly until thickened, two to three
minutes. Remove from heat and whisk in
cheddar, Parmesan and mustard until cheese
is melted.
Drain pasta and broccoli and add to
cheese sauce. Return to medium-low heat
and stir until heated through, about one

If not a broccoli fan, substitute a frozen
vegetable of your choice!

Instead of a lofty
or vague goal …

… make a smaller goal.

I will eat healthier. I will pour a glass of milk
instead of a soft drink
with dinner.

I’m going to lose 50

I will set a time each
week to walk with a

I will spend more
time with family.

I will put family game
night on the calendar the
first of every month.

I’m going to save
more money.

When I walk into a store,
I’ll stick to the shopping
list I made on my phone.

Step Up Your Workout!

     Looking for a challenging yet simple
move? Try step aerobics for a heart-

The objective of my newsletter would be to increase the mobility of the employees at the workplace to encourage them to live healthier lives thus improving their level of energy as well as their concentration.
The first SMART goal of the newsletter would be, “Empowering the employees to work from anywhere, by providing them with virtual sign-in details to increase their productivity in the workplace in the next one year.”
The second SMART goal would be, “Introducing frequent staff assessment in the workplace among the employees of all the departments to promote a results-oriented workplace and improve employee’s performance and productivity within the next six months.”

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