8th Annual Ability360 Health and Wellness Fair. April 28 and 29.

8th Annual Health & Wellness Fair

8th Annual Ability360 Health and Wellness Fair. April 28 and 29.

Location
Ability360 Center
5025 E. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034

Dates/Times
Friday, April 28, 2017 – 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 29, 2017 – 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Food, Refreshments and Beverages
Karim’s Cobbler Shop and Deli

Audience
Event is FREE to the general public, including consumers, families, healthcare professionals in search of answers to the complex questions surrounding chronic illnesses and disabilities.

Event Description
This 2-day health fair will offer multiple education, exhibition opportunities and health screenings to an estimated 1200 attendees.

Questions?
Contact David Carey at (602) 443-0723 or davidc@ability360.org

 

FREE Shuttle Service

Friday – 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday – 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Free Shuttle Service provided by Ability360 at the 44th St. transit center (Southwest corner of 44th St / Washington) to and from the Ability360

For Dial-a-Ride, bus or light rail trip planning assistance, call Valley Metro at 602-253-5000.

Accommodations

No fragrances please! To accommodate those with allergies, breathing conditions or multiple chemical sensitivities, please do not wear scented products when attending event.  Events are accessible in compliance with ADA guidelines.  Sign language interpreters and CART will be provided.  Questions, contact David Carey at 602-443-0723 or davidc@abiility360.org.

2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.

Crystal Jarvie, Integrative Health Coach

“How to Beat the Sugar Blues”: This interactive Preventative Health Workshop focusing on “Sugar Blues” will cover three main areas; nutrition, exercise and maintaining a healthy mindset. Learn and “take-away” from this experience the following:

  1. How to make permanent, healthy lifestyle changes
  2. Tips for easy meal planning and snack prep
  3. Understanding the causes of your sugar cravings and practical tools for dealing with them
  4. Exercise ideas and strategies to stay on track
  5. Learn healthy mindset training techniques that will energize you
  6. How to create your support team
3:00 p.m. – 3:50 p.m.

SilverTree Special Needs Planning

“The ABC’s of Special Needs Planning Made Easy” Transition at 18

  • What happens when your child becomes an adult?
  • Guardianship vs. Power of Attorney?
  • How do we get Social Security (SSI) benefits?
  • What happens if I don’t have a will?

How will a Special Needs Trust protect my loved one?

12:00 p.m. – 12:50 p.m.

Crystal Jarvie, Integrative Health Coach

“How to Beat the Sugar Blues”: This interactive Preventative Health Workshop focusing on “Sugar Blues” will cover three main areas; nutrition, exercise and maintaining a healthy mindset. Learn and “take-away” from this experience the following:

  1. How to make permanent, healthy lifestyle changes
  2. Tips for easy meal planning and snack prep
  3. Understanding the causes of your sugar cravings and practical tools for dealing with them
  4. Exercise ideas and strategies to stay on track
  5. Learn healthy mindset training techniques that will energize you
  6. How to create your support team
1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.

SilverTree Special Needs Planning

“The ABC’s of Special Needs Planning Made Easy” Transition at 18

  • What happens when your child becomes an adult?
  • Guardianship vs. Power of Attorney?
  • How do we get Social Security (SSI) benefits?
  • What happens if I don’t have a will?

How will a Special Needs Trust protect my loved one?

2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.

Social Security Administration

“Social Security Disability Benefit Programs: Overview of Requirements for the Benefits and How to File”

Equipment Demonstrations

Don’t Fall to the Ground, Equipment Can Keep You Safe and Sound

This presentation will demonstrate:

  1. Proper height for walkers and canes
  2. Use of a walker tray to assist with activities of daily living
  3. Proper use of the “handy bar” to get out of the car
  4. Proper use of the reacher to get objects off the floor
  5. Proper use of a sock aid to assist with donning socks
Wellness Screenings

Presented by HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital:

  1. Don’t Skip a Beat, Get Steady on Your Feet: this will be a balance assessment in which we will use the Berg Balance Assessment to score people’s balance.
  2. Healthy Eating Tips: this will be a table that can provide recipe ideas, shopping list examples and visual portions to assist with portion control.
  3. Why Cough It Up When You Can Swallow It Down: this will be a questionnaire used to determine your risk for swallowing difficulties.
  4. Get a Healthy Start and Save Your Heart: This is a heart disease/stroke risk assessment screen. We ask that patients bring their latest cholesterol lipid panel and blood sugar if they have it to assist with calculations.

Memory Screenings, presented by Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation.

Saturday Only

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy PharmD students will be providing:

  • Health screenings for hypertension
  • Health screenings for diabetes
  • Health screenings for Health screenings for asthma

1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

  • General health education
  • Medication reviews
    • If you are interested in having your medications reviewed by the pharmacy team, please bring either a complete list of your medications or all of your medication pill bottles.

Oral Health, presented by A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health

  • Oral health education
  • Proper care of oral health

Exhibiting Sponsors

  • Company name recognition: “8th Annual Ability360 Center Health and Wellness Fair presented by Sponsor”
  • Company name on outdoor advertisement to be displayed four weeks prior to event.
  • Company name on 12 light rail station kiosks to be displayed four weeks prior to fair.
  • Company name recognition in all print advertisements and mail-outs.
  • Unique opportunity to market your product directly to consumers with disabilities, families, friends and professionals throughout the community.
  • Full page color ad in Ability360 Livability Magazine 6000 copies distributed.
  • Full page color ad in 300 official day-of-event programs.
  • Headline name recognition as the Title Sponsor in social media advertisement.
  • 10’ x 10’ booth includes signage, 8 foot draped table, back and side drapes, two chairs and waste basket located in prime exposition area.
  • Electrical power included.
  • Right of first refusal for “9th Annual Ability360 Center Health and Wellness Fair”.
  • Total Cost – $8,000 – SOLD
  • Company logo to be included on 12 light rail station kiosks to be displayed four weeks prior to fair.
  • Company logo to be included on outdoor advertisement (7 Digital billboards)
  • Company name and logo included in 10,000 brochures.
  • Company recognized as the Platinum Sponsor in social media advertisement.
  • Half page color ad in Ability360 Livability Magazine 6000 copies distributed.
  • Full page color ad in 300 official day-of-event programs.
  • Unique opportunity to market your product directly to consumers with disabilities, families, friends and professionals throughout the community.
  • 10’ x 10’ booth includes signage, 8 foot draped table, back and side drapes, two chairs and waste basket located in prime exposition area.
  • Electrical power included.
  • Right of first refusal for “9th Annual Ability360 Center Health and Wellness Fair”.
  • Total Cost – $3,500
  • Company name and logo acknowledging as Gold Sponsor in 10,000 brochures.
  • Company recognized as Gold Sponsor in all mail-outs.
  • Company recognized as the Gold Sponsor in social media advertisement.
  • Half page color ad in 300 official day-of-event programs.
  • Unique opportunity to market your product to consumers with disabilities, families, friends and professionals throughout the community.
  • 10’ x 10’ booth includes signage, 8 foot draped table, back and side drapes, two chairs, power and one waste basket located in exposition area
  • Total Cost – $1,500
  • Company recognized as Silver Sponsor in 300 day-of-event program.
  • Company recognized as Silver Sponsor in 10,000 promotional brochures.
  • Unique opportunity to connect with consumers with disabilities, families, friends and healthcare professionals throughout the community.
  • 10’ x 10’ booth includes signage, 8 foot draped table, back and side drapes, two chairs, and one waste basket located in exposition area
  • Total Cost – $425
  • Company Recognition as Bronze Sponsor in 300 official day-of-event programs.
  • Company Recognition as Bronze Sponsor in 10,000 promotional brochures.
  • Unique opportunity to market your product to consumers with disabilities, families, friends and professionals throughout the community.
  • 8 foot draped table and two chairs
  • Total Cost – $325