Tools and Templates
Survey Monkey The Vital Aging Network has purchased a Survey Monkey account for use by the Wellness 50+ teams. Survey Monkey allows you to set up surveys, collect data and create reports from the data. Contact Julie Roles at email@example.com for username and password and support in using the program.
Sample Notes Format – Meeting Notes Template
Wellness Priorities to Action Plan – ActionPlan-Priorities-to-reporting.pdf – Setting Your Wellness Priorities.docx – Goal Collection sheet.docx – Action Plan-Wellness50 physical activity (four-week).docx – Action Plan-Wellness50 (one-week).docx
Sample Action Plan – Arthritis Foundation: Action PlanningArthritis.doc
Community Profile – NASUAD_older-americans_blank_profile
ABCD – Mapping Assets – asset_mapping.ppt
ASMO Model for Behavior Change – ASMO for Vital Aging Network,pptx
Nico Pronk – September 11, 2015 – Pronk 2015 VAN Sept.ppt
Nico Pronk – November 2014 – Pronk 2014 VAN.ppt
Surveys, Brochures, Etc.
Example of Optimal Lifestyle Metric used in Phillips at community gathering: Optimal-Lifestyle-Metric-PHILLIPS.docx
Example of brochure: Oakdale – Discover Your Fitness Brochure
Example of volunteer outreach: Oakdale – Discover Your Fitness Volunteer Opportunities
Senior Fitness Test Scorecard: Oakdale – SeniorFitnessTestSFTScoreSheet with ranking-Oakdale
23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health? Short video that makes the case for at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day.
ABCD 101 John McKnight, founder of the ABCD Institute, presents the basics of Asset Based Community Development.
A Daughter to Father Heart-to-heart: Tom & Jennifer Brokaw at TEDxStanford A conversation about advance planning and being sure that your loved ones know how you want to live your life and how you want to die.
Seth Godin: The Tribes We Lead Seth Godin argues the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so. Community = Cure Unhealthy lifestyles have brought on a social epidemic of “diabesity,” says author Mark Hyman, and community-driven solutions may be the only way out. Hyman presented this TED Talk in 2012. Community is a Verb A beautifully produced video about how we all have a role to play in addressing the inequities in our world. Produced by the Community Knowledge Project.